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THE DAILY W F IHK NIX.
DAILY PAPER $10 A YEAR. "LET OUR JUST CENSURE ATTEND TtfE TRUE EVENT." TRI-WEKKL* ?7 A YEAR. ' BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORHTPTG, SEPTEMBER S, 1865. VOL. L-ftO.13?^ THE JPHONIX ' IS PUBLIStlED D A IL Y AND TR I- WE ERL Y. , AND THE EVERY WEDNESDAY. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. i TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Pailv Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weeklv, " " .3 50 Weekly, ' " " .2 00 Single cwpies of the Daily nmd-Tri-Weekly, 10 cents; ot the Weekly, 15 cants. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted in either t?e Daily or Tri-Wcekly at $1 per square for the first insertion, ami 75 ?enta for each subsequent insertion. In the Weekly, $1 a square. aarSpocial notices 15 cents a line. "HLTSOTTEE "~&W,~ Auctioneers, General Com. Agents and Exchange Brokers, COLUMBIA, S. C. VNY business entrusted to them will re? ceive prompt attention. liOLD, SILVEU, SECURITIES and BAN Iv NOTES bought and sohl. liefer to Messrs. WILLIS A CHISOLM and Messrs. JOHN F BASEE A Co., Charles? ton. S. C. GEOBGE SCI?LEY. Esq., and Messrs. F. C. BABBE1? ? CO.. Augusta, Ga. Messrs. STENHOUSE A MoCAULEY, Ch:*lotte. N. C. Office fir (lie present al Messrs. Zcaly, Scott A bruns. * Aug Hi tit nix A K^SOLOMON, General Commission Merchant. Scootnl Iti'orfrom Shicer //ouse, Plain street, COLUMBIA,- S. C., DKAk*r,lt ?ti for? ign and domestic mer? chandize. Thc Jiighest market price paid for COTTON and COUNTRY l*Kt > jil'CK ingold or currency. Cotisiginueiits solicited, which will receive my usual prompt attention, liefer to <!. lt. Crump A Co., Augusta, Ga_, La Koche A Gell. Savannah. > ia.. Gibbon & Co" Charleston, S. C.f Koopman A Phelps, Charlotte, N. C\ Fuller* Wilkerson. Leashurg, N. C., J?. I', Kichardson. Pe Hi-ville. N. C., .lames K. Lea, Yanceyvillc. N. C., Chambers ?Sr I'atrick, Danville, Ya., ' Brownly ,v Co., Petersburg, Ya., Kent. Paine A Co. Richmond, Ya. Aug 4 fs27_*_ DAVIDSON "COLLEGE, CHA it LOTTI:, N. C. fltlTE exercises of the College, and of the _|. Preparatory Department connected with it. will he resumed on thc 28th of SEP? TEMBER. As a measure'necessary to the support of thc Institution in the existing derangement of its linamfks, the Board of Trustees have suspended, for twelve months, the privilege of using Scholarships in thc payment of tuition. Tuition ?20 for the session of live months, and Board ill) per month- payable in ad? vance, in specie, or its equivalent in curren? cy or provisions. ' lt is desirable that Students should bring with them such books as they may requin-; also such articles of furniture for their rooms.as they may be able to transport.? ?Por other particulars address the subscri? ber, to the care (for the nrcsont) of Dr. E. NYC Hutchison, Charlotte. J. L. KIRKPATRICK, Aug 22 Imo President. COLUMBIA, THE undersigned, bavins lensed tin- LARGE and COMMODIOUS ?BUILDING known as Gie "Columbia Methodist female College," will open it asa FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, on September 7. T. S. NICKERSON, Proprietor. ?#3~ Tapers throughout the State-insert twice a week for five weeks, and send bills to t his oilier. Aug 17 Office Gen. Sup. W. and M. R. E., WILMINGTON. N. C., Afc. 24, 1803. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ON and after SUNDAY. 27th, daily trains will run over the Wilmington and Man? chester Itailroud, between Kingsville and Wilmington, as follows: Leave Kingsville daily at.7.35 p. m. '* Wilmington " at.ti.OO a. m. Arrive Kingsville " at.1.25 a. m. " Wilmington'* at.3.05p. m. There is daily communication North by rail from'Wilmington, and semi-weekly by steamer. These trains connect with trains on tilt; North-eastern Railroad, Chcraw and Darlington Railroad and Wilmington ami Weldon Railroad. There is a line of stages between Sumter and Camden Connecting ?ith these trains. JIENRY M. DUANE, Mtg ?8 bi General Sup<.nytendcnt. Orlando Z" Bates RESPECTFULLY .informs his fumier customers and friends, and the public in general, that he bas established huns,-If on the corner of Gates and Washington streets-une square South of the Shiver House-where ne has opened, and oilers for sale, the following new and carefully purchased GOCDS, viz: .SUGARS, COFFEE, TEA, , Soda Biscuit, Boston Crackers, Butter, Flour, Soap, Starch, Cooking Soda, Washing Soda, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Candles, Codfish, Mackerel, Cheese, Ground Pepper, London Mustard, Mason's Challenge Blacking, Mason's Black Writing Ink, Sardines, Fish Hooks, Matches, Brooms, Buwkets, Washboards, Corn, G. D. Gaps. Waterproof Caps, Tobacco, Padlocks, etc.. All of which must and will bc sold as cheap as the cheapest. Sept 2 6 Drug Store For Sale. THE STOCK and FIXTURES ?,r a whole? sale and retail DRUG STORE, in the town of Newberry, S. C.. prominently situ? ated, and of good patronage, will be sold at a bargain, if applied for soon. Satisfactory reasons assigned for selling. Address Box 88, Newberrv, S. C. i s. pt t_'__*o I ?OISE AXD SIGN PANTING! rilHL subscriber is now prepared to take _L contracts Tor HOUSE, SIGN and JOB PAINTING: also GLAZING. All work'doue with neatness and upon the most reasona? ble terms. Orders left at TOWNSEND A NORTH'S Bookstore will receive, prompt attention. JOS. A. HINES, aug 30 wfi ?-?- . - . School. miIl->xore?sosofMlSSSlL\Nl)"S SCHOOL 1 will be continued ns heretofore. Terms, Ac, made known on application to her "at j her residence, South side of College Cam- ! pus. aug :>0 \vf2\v2 j The Thorough-bred Stallion BOURBON, by imported Glenroe, I ?^BkflgNf. out of Flcur-de-Lis. (the dam also j Jffl^SiJof Censor,) will make his FALL -Al-CL-SEASON at Columbia and the. Pork. TKITJIS. -Thirty-five dollars ($35) in upu- i eic, or it? equivalent in greenbacks, aug 30 wfS JUST RECEIVED B? ~ AT HIS RESIDENCE, Comer BL indi ny und Hull Streets, JTUNK CORSKTTS, Black SEWING SILK, 1 Ladies' BUCK GAUNTLETTS and GLOVES. ? Eadie*' White KID GLOVES. Ladies'?'Mourning *uid Emb'd H'DK'FS. SILVER THIMBLES, SCISSORS. Kev Rings, Crape Golla^ Cologne, (pure and lineT Lubin's Extracts, Pomade. Butterfly Cravats, China Dolls. Fancy Tuck Combs. Black Flax Thread, Satinets.. Cassimcre, for suits. Embroidery Cotton, Silk (doyes. Silk Tissue, for veils. Bleached Shirting, Leather bolts. DeBego, for travelling dresses. Ladies' Merino Vests. Low-priced Ladies" Hose. Fancy Vt\st and Press Duttons. ' rr, Diaper Pins, Agate Buttons. Gent's Linen Collars, Matches. Black and Colored Silk Belting. Brooms, Black and Green Tea. Spool ? 'otton. all numbers. Mourning Calico. Bovs' Half Hose, Felt Hats. Ruta Daga Turnip Seed, Ac. Aug 22 1 LADIES' UNDER GARMENTS. ALARGE assortment of the above, just received, at low prices, aug :5U ZEALY, SCOUT A BRUNS. ^ UNIVERSITY^OF VIRGINIA. THE next session of this institution I (which was never discontinued during I the war) will commence, as usual, October j 1, 1805, and end .fitly -1, lKlKJ. The institution is organized into ehren ] distinct schools, with as many Professors. Six of thc schools are .Aoadctnies.?(bcsides that, of Chemistry, which, is also Medical;) ' four belong to the Medical and one to tho j Law Department. Thc College expenses, for the 'session of j nine months, will be from $320 to $350. ex- ! elusive of text books, <>f which mun about $215 will be required upon admission, mid thu rest between that time and the 1st of April. For further information, apply to S. MAVPIN, Chairmau Faculty. ' Post Office-"University of Virginia." aug 28 _t5* \V. lt. JOHNSTON, Magistrate, 1 OjRce on l'ickcu? street East emt <;/' Lady, i WILL attend to all official business I brought before him; will also attend : j to drawing nj) Dcuds, Conveyances, Mort I gages, ContraetsJ .iud otbor ordinary legal I I instruments ot' writing. Fair copies ot any ! document executed with neatness ?iud de ' irpaich, August 1 I Sonic interesting experiments have just been marie afc L'Orient, <m board the French frigate Coligny, the object of which is to utilize the electric light at sea. By ricans of a submarine reflector, tue water was illuminated to a great depth, so that it was possible to look down from the deck and see the fish, attracted by tim light, swim? ming round the lamp as if in an aqua? rium. A kind of diving-bell, with a larg glass eye on one side, and ar? ranged to supply air to a diver, was also let-down to a .depth of thirty eight fathoms. Ivy means of this apparatus, it will be easy to inspect submarine constructions, to tish coral, &c., and recover wTccked property. Signals were likewise exchanged, by means of the electric light, between the Coligny and tho Semaphore off Belle Isle. These? different npplica-, tiona of the electric light were made, in the presence of a military commis? sion, by the inventor, ]\L Bazin, civil engiiioer, of Angers, and were found to give satisfactory results. MIXED METAPHOR.-A most amus? ing iustance ot this very common violation of tho rules of taste occurred recently in tho Court of Conciliation, (or Court of Aggravation,tis an indig- ? nant lady friend who had lost her suit there-called it.) Ono of the learned counsel, in his address to the Court, perpetrated the following: "The gen? tleman is ?ill wrong, your houors there is great cry und little wool-but he hus the wrong /?/'/ by tire earl" The gravity of tho. bench was de? stroy rd. This Ls almost equal to" Sir Boyle Roche's famous one in the House of Commons-"Mr. Speaker, I smell a rut; 1 seo bim'flying through the .-ir; T will vet nip bim in ibo bm\," Sir Boyle onco said, urging an agri? cultural un-usure, that "it would moke the barrel' bills fruitful valleys." The great fair of Lcipsic this year attains its hundredth anniversary, bavin;; been established in 17G5. Be? fore that year, the fair was visited by numerous booksellers from all parts of Germany, but Frankfort was then the great emporium of the book trade, especially for foreigners. At present, the German booksellers send their books to their different correspond? ents ns tliey appear, and meet at Lcip? sic fair to balance the accounts' of sales during the year. ^ DEATH AND SUFFERING AT SKA.-Tho Liverpool Mercury, of the 17th ult., contains an account of the sinking in March last of the skip Sam Dunning, from Rangoon for Liverpool. Out of a crew of thirty-one men, only six survived. These survivors kept afloat on a raft for several days, enduring terrible sufferings. They had to eat leather belts and pitch out of thc seams, and to drink sea "water. CARD. Fielding & Pope, VTTORNEYS AT LAW and SOLICITORS IN EQUTTY, will practice in ?he Courts of I.aw and Equity in tlie Districts of Rich? land, Ncwbcrrv, Edgcfield and Orangebnrg. .Office for thc present ai West College Build? ing, Ward No. 3, (np-stairs.) . ' ar?r AU claims against the Government attended to and forwarded." E. W. PICKLING, Sept fi wf JOS. PAN E POPE. WMJM ?T#'K3Ex aug 30 HEALY," SCOTT & URUNS Cottage for Sale. VNEAT LITTLE COTTAGE, on Laurel street, between Barnwell and Hender? son streets, will ba sohl low, if applii d for ?mmodiaiclv. For terms. ?Vi-., applv to Sept 5 :;** DURDEC ?V WALTER. LAWE3E?NC?7 BALDWIN * & CO BANKERS WD BROKERS, '' NO. 70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. (1 OVERNMENT SECURITIES and other T STOCKS. CONUS, Ac, bought and sohl on commission. DEWITT < . LAWRENCE, member N. Y. nf >". ;.: Exchange. SIMEON IftUL.DWIS', Ju., member N. Y. !Yue., um and Mining [kitted. CVF FS.T. LAWRENCE. ( W Al A. HALSTED. ' Si o'. I 0u;o .... .. . .... ._ .---~- m South Carolina Prisoners Died in Hospital, POINT LOOKOUT, JS?ARYLAND, --*r?-?- 111 . '- - ? NAME- . ww CO._REGIMENT. DATE OF I>EATH. . A. Abercrombie.> ?. -B.1st Cavalry.January 22, 1804 R. H. Ashley.G.1st Cavalry.August 28, 1864 F. R. Avant.V . ..A.21st...,.January 15, 1865 J. W. Arant.A..? .. -Stir Cavalry..February 21, 1865 W. A. Bradford..A.3d... :_February 17, 1864 S. W. Bell.A.. :.. .1st Cavalry .June 17, 1864 W. Biter.C...... .22(1.July 1, 1864 M. Boren.F..... .22d.July 4, 1864 E. H. Bridges..._B..... .27th..July 25, 1864 B. Balleutine.-*>.'- .. . -4th Cavalry..July 22, 1864 . W. H. Bell.H.7tb." . .July 24, lot>4 * J. C. Blackman._F..... .4th Cavalry.August 18, 1S64 J. J. Ball.D.27tb. :.December 10, 1804 T. K. Brice.F.1st.February 23, 1805 . J. Battcnbaugh.F.15th. .Mardi 23, 1805 A. J. Bell.?.H.. ... .12tb.March 5, 1865 Joseph Barton.K.Hampton Legion.March 12, 18?5 J. H. Blackburn.G.7tli Cavalry..March 8, 1805 J. M. Bxirten.?_C.1st...April 10, 1805 - Buchhalter. .*..White's Bat'n Art'y-April 17f 18(55 David Brown.G.25th.May 7, 1805 A. Baneum.?.20th.May 16, 1805 John Beverly, *..K.11th.. :.April 21, 1805 Thomas "Blocker.K.1st...May 25, 1805 Elijah Bigham.:. A.17th.May 25, 1805 J. F. Brunt.C.19th.May 30, 1805 J. J. Bowers.H_'. .Hoicombc Legion.June 2, 1805 Robert Cobb.K.12th.April 21, 1864 J. D. Castleman.1.20th.June 10, lhT04 * E. (). Collins.F.1st.September'll, 1S64 H. M. Cunningham.K.3d.January 7, 1865 J. L. Crowder.F.20th.December 20, 1864 J. M. Canthcm.D.7th Bat'n.February 27, 1865 Corp. S. G. Cain.C.20th.v.March 15, 18(55 J. M. Campbell.D..0th Cavalry.April I? 1865 Samuel Cox.D.15th Militia.April 20, 1865 Sergt. ii. G. Caldwell.K.17th......April 30, 1805 A. D. Ciirrenec.F.17th.May 7,1805 W. J. <:ook.C.15th.May 15,7805 A. F. Cammack.E.15th.May 21, 1805 J. P. Davis.K.Holcombe Legion..... ..June 5, 1801 t. W. Doby.H.7th Cavalry.July 28, 1864 John Dcor.G.11th/.July 31, 1864 Allen Dav.C.1th Cavalry.'.August 14, 1864 H. Davenport.G.24th.September i), 1804 11. R. Davis... . . '.II.1st Artillery.September 13, 1804 * J. li, Davis..'. .E.6th.September 15, 1804 t F. B. Dixoii.G.14th....January 20, 1805 J. I. Dooley.H.20th_:.March 20, 1805 .1. C. Dodson.D.22d.'..March 5, 1805 E. G. Daniels.'.. .G.7th Bat'n..'. .April li), 1805 Joel Driggers.C... .t .11th.May 7, 1805 E. W. Davis.1.23d. ...*.May 20, 1805 E. Elmore.A.21st.?Tay 15, 1805 J. English.... ,.G.23d...May 17, 1805 * H. H. Ellis.E.0th_..May 22,1805 George Fegle.1.15th.July 27, 1804 A. C. Frierson.K..... .4th Cavalry..July 29, 1804 J. Faulk.L.7th.August 12, 1804 A. Franklin.A.22d.December 0, 1804 J. W. Falkenberry.G.2d.January 17, 1805 S. J. Finlay.B.3d.February 8, 1805 E. D. Frick.C.?Oth.February 20, 1865 J. F. Fry.H.20th.....March 18, 1805 John A. Fumier.C.Otb Bat'n.April 4, 1805 W. ll. Fowler.\ . .E.18th.April 22, 1805 A. J. Foster.D... *..Palmetto Sharp-sh'rs. ..April 20, 1865 D. A. Fctner.B.7th Cavalry.May 2, 18(55 E. Floyd.,.B.1st Artillery.May 4, 1805 J. Farmer.B:.27th.May 1, 1805 C.. H. Fogle.1.2d Artillery.May 2, 1805 John'P. French.A.Holcombe Legion.,.May 18, 1S05 J. EfGricu..B.14th.November 5, 1864 W. J. Ci miter.."M.7th.December 26, 1801 Alexander Goodwin.D.21st.October 17, 1864 E. B. Garrett.D.27th. February ll, 1865 J. P. Gaines.A.22d....February ll, 18W5 A. M. Grambling.B.20th.March 18, 1805 .J, W. Godfrey.C.Holcombe Legion.April 1, 18(55 Aaron C. Gibson.F.20th.April 28, 18(55 John S. Gibson.L.21st.May 0, 18(55 Edward Garland.F.7th Cavalry.May 30, 1865 J. Halls.K..21st.January 8, 1801 ft H. B. Horton.K.Holcombe Legion.July 3, 1861 E. D. Houk.F.25th.August 5, 1804 A. B. Uamby.C.27th.: . - - August 18, 18(5-1 W. R. Honman..F.25th.September 13, 1801 PW. H. Hendrick.C.22d.Octobei 27-y 1804 I (l-T. Heaton.H.ll th.December 4, 1804 TT C. Hart.G.27th.December 10, 1804 H. Hutchinson.G.(5th Cavalry.January 8, 18(55 A. F. Haddon-..~ . .G..1st Rifles.February 9, 1805 < John Hand.B.7th Cavalry.March 0, 1805 1 W. J. Hoiss.K.11th.- - March 21, 1805 I G. W. Horvey.Xi.22d., . -March 31, 1805 : L. B. Haynes.B.27th.April 3, 18(55 I 'JJ. Hin.E.7th Cavalry.-April ('?,.1865 W. S. 1 larrit ou.K.1st..*.April 13, 18(55 J. Haines.G.27th.April. 8, 1865 I A. S. Hughes.C.19th. April 24, 1865 J. Hunter.B.'.15th.April. 10, 1805 I T. S. Harris.? .. E.2d Artillery.April 27, 1805 I H. flughes.C.hst Reserves.April 18, 18(55 ! George il. Hearsoy.F.fst Artillery.May 8, 1865 I Martin Harris.K.Holcombe Legion.May $3, 1S05 I W. S. Harman.H.Holcombe Legion..-May 12, 18(55 I U. 8.. Hunt...: . E. .... - 3<1. .May 25, 1805 T. P. Justice.JJ*.52d. .. August 20. 180-1 A. F. James.B.17th .October27,.1804 I William Joncy.B.23d. Octobei' 28.. 1801 . ? ? ' 4