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Wednesday Morning, May 16,18B7.
r Nettr of the Old Partie* Wanted.
The Northorn political party presa
aro sorely oxeroised as to which party
tho voters of tho South, of all colors,
.will cleavo to. Tho World thinks
they will transfor their votes perhaps
to ono party-tho ^Republican. Tho
Times does not say muoh about it.
Tho Now York Sun, speaking of tho
Democratic party and its expecta?
tions, says that it invariably couuts
tho South os a unit on their side, in
pursuing ui> their chances in the
noxt Presidential election. Thoy first
sot down to their credit the electoral
vote of fifteen Southern States, and
on making their prospective strength
in Congress they placo tho entire vote.
Tho Sun ?haws proof from? the re?
marks of Gov. Orr and tho election
in Kentucky, whero threo partios
were run. Wo would remind our
calculating cotemporarios of tho
North, that tho South wants not
parly organizatious in hor midst. Wo
do not think that tho missionary
labors of Senator Wilson, or others
who come, will amount to much;
their effects, wo think, are evanes?
cent, and will pass away, after any
occasion where the colored peoplo
listened to his harangues. Political
action-that is, parti/ action-accom?
panied by an unhealthful agitation,
will demoralize all the voters. Let
tho voters of this District and the
State promptly register and vote
"convention," retiro quietly from tho
registration offices and tho polls, re?
turn to their farms, work-shops and
places of business, and thoy will pos?
sibly escapo tho first agitation, which
has a more floreo ono following-tho
selection of delegates to the State
Convention. There is time enough,
however, for all privileged voters to
secure good mcu. But wo warn them
to discard auy entangling alliances
with any Northern party. Such al?
liance, either in this State or any
other Southern State, will do no
good to either voting race. The
leaders will get all tho offices and tho
Southerners loft out in tho cold, to
chow the cud of political disappoint?
We have it from high authority, no
less than Speaker Colfax, that tho
reconstruction laws are a finality of
our sectional difficulties. He was
introduced, the other day, to the
Union League of the city of New
York, by tho banker, John Jay, who
said: "Wc trust tho Speaker may
presently order the roll-call of repre?
sentatives from every State in the
Union." lu replj', Mr. Colfax, who
may surely be regarded ivs a high
representative of the party, said:
"Tho vast majority in tho South
aro ignoring all their life-long preju?
dices, and hast..ning to accept those
terms, (the reconstruction Act.) Nor
need I say to you, that having care?
fully elaborated thcso*laws, having
passed and then repassed them over
the inevitable veto of tho Executive,
the great party which has thus he
eomo responsible for them intond to
stand by them faithfully sud literally,
if their terms are complied with by
tho rebel States in good faith and
without evasion. They would be
branded with dishonor and their fame
tarnished forever, if they did nob.
But it is a party whose plighted word
to the people has ucver been broken
and will not bo now."
Thoro is, therefore, but very little
doubt that prompt action under the
laws will restore tho Southern Statos
to their rightful position in the
Union. Tho North, thc South-the
whole country-is tired of the pro
sent condition of affairs, and restora?
tion is anxiously looked for by all.
Under theso circumstances, let the
Southern peoplo do their duty-it
may not bo cheerfully, but at least
An unusually largo number of acres
are being planted of corn, in the
Southcru States, this season, and tho
probabilities aro that largo quantities
will bo harvested for exportation.
Reports from those States represent
that many women aro aiding iu tho
Yes, white women-not black-the
latter refusing to work thero, ns here?
tofore, though as poor, hungry and
needy as tho whites. Wo saw scores
of white women working, hist week,
in the fields of Georgia, Tennesseo
nud Virginia. This is one feature of
new reconstruction, and not at all to
the liking of decent white people.
[New York Express.
The notorious Sam MoKoo, tho
radical candidate for Congress, in
tho ninth district of Kontucky, was
defeated by his democratic competi?
tor, by over 1,000 majority.
A BARDER ON THK SITUATION'.-Tho
following card, from E<fwar<lReid, a
colorto barber, ?B from *he Wilmiog
ton Jj ur nal:
"It having como to my knowledge
that a report, evidently circulated by
my enemies, to the effect that I have
mado speeches of a radical character,
has gained considerable credence,
much to my detriment and injury, I
cravo leave through your columns to
denounce it as au infamous lie-ono
calculated to inflamo the minds of tho
community against myself. . - -
. "I bog leave to state that I hmo
never made a radical speech; that my
sentiments are and always have been
conservative. I have twice addressed
tho fire companies of this place, but,
on both occasions, my remarks wero
strictly of a conservative nature.
"I have always endeavored to re?
frain, as far as possible, from taking
any part whatever in politics-it be?
hooves mo, in my profession as a bar?
ber, to pursue this course-and I take
pleasure in stating that my sympa?
thies are, and ever have been, with
our Southern peoplo, my patrons."
ARRESTED ON THE CHARGE OF COUN
TERFHITINO.-B. McBride, white, and
two colored mon, named Nat Trade
well and Henry Taylor, all of Colum?
bia, S. C., were committed to jail,
Saturday, on the charge of passing
counterfeit money. The parties wero
arrested by the "United States Deputy
Marshal, at Columbia. Tho counter?
feit money, consisting of two United
States $2 legal tender notes, and thrco
fifty cent fractional currency notes,
was found in tho possession of Trade
well and Taylor, who stated that they
received it from Mr. McBride, in pay?
ment for some chickens bought from
them by that gentleman. Tho latter,
who is a well known and respectable
citizen of Columbia, positively denies
tho statement of the negroes, and
asserts his entire ignorance of tho
existence of any such money. The
counterfeit bills are in possession of
Major D. T. Corbin, United States
District Attorney. They aro very
poorly executed, on miserable paper,
and may be easily detected from tho
genuine notes. A preliminary ex
aminatiou will be held before Com?
missioner Horlbeck, to-day.
[Charleston Courier, l'dth.
MR. DAVIS' BAU,.-It will interest
some of onr readers to know that
General J. D. Jaokman, of Philadel?
phia, who is the third on tho list of
Mr. Davis' bail, has purchased tho
plantation, in St. Andrew's Parish,
known as Bolton, formerly belonging
to the Barker family, and is about to
become a citizen of this State. Gen.
Jackman is a native of New Hamp?
shire, and obtained his titlo of geno
ral by commanding the Pennsylvania
militia during tho war. His action in
the case of Mr. Davis, and his invest?
ment of capital in tho South, show
him to be a reconstructionist of tho
right sort. - Charleston Mercury.
"COLORED OR 'PLAIN?"-Waiting
for a car on a street corner recently,
our car was taken by a strikingly
novel but highly expressive discrimi?
nation of classes. A couple of co?
lored women were exchanging ex?
pressions of surprise at the conduct
Of some third porsou mentioned by
one, the other thereupon inquiring:
"Was she colored or plain?" "She
was plain!" was tho satisfactory au
Cancer, Dropsy and Consumption
MATHEW DAVIS, of Columbia, S. C.,
will cure any of the above disensos.
Prico $501). Xo euro no pay. For further
particulars, upply at Phoenix office.
May 15 1*
PIANO : ! PIANOS! !
TWO splendid 7-octavc ROSEWOOD
PIANOS for Bale.
Pianos, Melodeons and Organs tuned
and repaired. All orders from the city and
country left at my residence-Camden
street, near the Chai lotto Depot-will meet
with prompt attention.
May 15 Imo JOSEPH DENCE.
ITCH CURE! ITCH CURE! !
ITCH, ITCH, SCRATCH, SCRATCH.
Itch, Itch, Scratch, Scratch.
Harvey's Itch Cure, Harvey'? Itch Cure,
('tires in Ut hours, cures in 24 hours,
Wornt kind of Itch, worst lund of Itch.
Indoed, all kinds of Itch, Totter, Pilos,
Scald Ileatl. fte. Only 25 cents a box. A
sure cure. Try it; try it. For sale l?v
FISHER ,v HEINITSH*.
May 15 Druggists.
TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.
FOR SALE LOW.
CASES URANDY FRUITS, import'd.
?i\J-lQ " PICKLES, mixed and plain.
2 cases VERMICELLI.
2 " JARDINES.
2 tierces While Wine VINEGAR.
2,000 lbs. prime BACON SIDES.
1,000 lbs. " ?? SHOULDERS.
May 15 2_ FL D. HANAHAW.
At H. D. HANAHAN'S,
?\?\ DEMIJOHNS PURE SHERRY
*Jw WINE, imported per ship Pani and
20 demijohns pure PORT WINE, import?
ed per ship Paul and Marie.
May 15 2
ALL persons that havo made their re?
turns aro requested to call and settle
their TAXES by tho first d rv of Juno en?
suing. All that have failed to mako re?
turns, will lay themselves liable to be dou?
ble-taxed, if their returns aro not made
and tho tax paid thereon by tho dist day
of June, as longor Indulgence cannot bo
oxteiided bv the Collector.
THOS. H. WADE,
May li 3 T. C. R. ])., sTc.
~' "Malakoff,'' the Paria correa pond
ont of tho Now York Times, says the
opposition members of tho French
Chamber, feeling no indulgence lot
tile faults of the Government, ore
humiliated at the position in which
France has been placed; and, while
willing to fight their way out, are
at the same time organizing for a
One of tho best of our extempore
preachers affirms that he sometimes,
in his best hours, loses all conscious
hold upon his mind and spoech, and
while perfectly BOTO that oil ie going
on well in his attic, it seems to him
that somebody is talking np there;
and ho catches himself woudering
who uuder the sun is driving ou at
such n rate.
Halab ab Nagar, being asked what
was tho .most excellent thing iu man,
replied, "Sense." But if we have
none, what is tho best, then? "Ho?
nesty." If ho has not that ? "The
counsel of his friend," replied the
Doctor. And in want of that? "Ta?
citurnity." And if he cannot havo
any of these things? "A sudden
death, as soon as possible."
A Yorkshireman has just been sen?
tenced to a year's imprisonment, in
England, for theft. For tho last
twenty-three years, ho has supported
himself by the manufacture of spu?
rious fossils, Boman remains, coins,
flint instruments, and other forged
relics of the Roman and ancient Bri?
A Springfield (Massachusetts) pa?
per states that a man went tho other
day to a bank in that city to draw
$6,000 he hod on doposit, and was
astounded on being informed thnt
there was not, all told, that much iu
the bank. Ho was given a "certifi?
cate of deposit" in lieu of the cash.
Ou Lord Howe's return to Eng?
land, after his memorable victory on
the 1st of June, he wont, one Sun?
day, to his parish church. On seeing
him there, the clerk, who was a bit
of a wag, gave out tho Psalm begin?
ning, "Lord, how glorious are thy
"The Philosophy of Human Beau?
ty" is the title of n work shortly to
bo issued, showing how to ncquiro
and retain bodily symmetry, health
and vigor, secure long life, and avoid
tho infirmities of old age. These aro
things that every human being wants
Tho Boston Medical and Surgical
Journal closes an eloborato editorial
on femnlc practitioners of medicine,
with the statement: "Wo do not
believe that womeu are adapted to tho
study and practice of medicine."
Tho steamer Sarah, which rims be?
tween New Orleans and Mobile, was
struck by a tornado, off Pascagoula,
April 30. She lost her entire cabin
and upper works, and ten persons
J went over with them. Eight of these
The latest fish story comes /rom
Maine, a Machias paper telling of thc
capture, in Narragungns Bay, after a
desperate two hours' fight, of a lob?
ster, four feet in length, nine feet
from the tip of one claw to the other,
and whoso live weight was300 pounds.
It is estimated that in the Counties
of Halifax, Spottsylvania, Franklin
and Henry, Virginia, and Bocking
hum and Caswell, North Carolina,
tho tobacco now on hand is worth
?12,000,000, and the crop of Spott?
sylvania alone placed at $3,000,000.
mill: undersigned baa REMOVE!) bia
JL establishment to Mr. Kinard'8 old
stand, on Plain street, two doors below R.
C. Shiver's, whore ho will be pleased to seo
Ilia friends and customers. He is prepared
Jo furnish COOKING STOVES ni tba moat
improved patterns,'andto attend promptly
to all work in his linc entrusted to him.
J. \Y. SMITH, Tinner and
May 15 G Sheet Iron Worker.
Rf\i\ BUSHELS PRIME WniTE
fJV/V/ CORN just roccivod and for
sale LOW, bv Ul ONEALE ? SON.
Iced Soda Water !
THE subscribers havo opened a SODA
WATER STAND, on Main street, op
pnsito Hopson A Sirtphon's, whore thev
will bo pleased to serve the ladies and pub?
lic in general. Thoy wilt always keep on
hand a supply of pure HYRUFS. Also, an
assortment of choice SUGARS.
MCBURNEY ,V CLENDINING,
Wiustock's building, Main street.
May 12 3
Starch, Soap, Sec.
1 C?C? B0XE** SOAP, assorted qualities,
IUI/ 50 boxes Adamantine Canilles, ?
;>5 boxes Pure Starch?
Which nre offered low bv the box or at
retail. C. H.-BALDWIN A CO
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS.
At Ute Sion of thc Oohlen Pad-Lock.
Cyf\(\ KEGS superior qnalitv CUT
?UU NAILS, in Btoro and for b.ilo Jo
tor cash by JOHN C. DIAL.
BB I.S. CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR.
Rbis. Sound Super "
.Old Government and Green Java Cuffuc,
Laguayra and Rio Coffoo- prime,
Crushed, Powdorod, A and U Sugars,
Choice Butter, Puro Lard,
.dioico Irish Potatoes,
Real Cider Vinegar,
Milk, Butter and Sugar Crackers-fresh.
Fine: Sugar-cured Hams, at 18 conta,
With many other staple and sholf goods,
which aro oifered at lowest rates by
M&v.12 C. H. BALDWIN & CO.
"?) AIL Y AND WEEKLY
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON PA?
PERS constantly on hand at
May 2 DUFFIE Jc CHAPMAN'S.
The United States store-ship Relief
sailed hut ?reek from Baltimore, car?
rying contributions from Maryland
for the relief of the South. The Re?
lief will go to Mobile, and curries out
11,000 bushels of corn nndthirty-Wo
hogsheads of bacon.
Pouring oold water on tho faco and
head destroys the effect of narcotic
poison. A. girl, poisoned with lauda?
num, in England, was saved in this
way, after all other remedie-, had
The Mobile papers say that in
Alabama thc dcslro to embark to
Brazil seems to be on the increaso,
and that n. very respectable colony
will leave Mobile in a fow weeks for
A Memphis paper says thero are
thirty-flvo "pure quacks" in that city,
who, without medical education, and
haviug failed in everything else, con?
cluded to bc doctors.
A young lady of seventeen, iu Illi?
nois, has achioved local fame by at?
tacking a midnight burglar with a bed
slab, and clubbing him from the
The freedmen of Helena, Arkansas,
are dying of an epidomic which,
from the accounts of it, looks like
thc Asiatic cholera.
The fine dwelling house of Capt.
A. J. Damelf in Hpartanburg, was
totally destroyed by fire on Huudny
THU OLD FLAG.-A writer says:
"The way to place tho 'old flag' in
its old position is to make it the em?
blem of old freedom and old rights."
People aro flowing inty Texas from
every portion of the civilized world.
The population now is about 1,200,
Last week, a morchaut of New?
buryport, received a telegram from
Calcutta in two days aud five hours
from its date, costing SyOO.
There is a suspicion among Ameri?
cans in Paris that tho restaurants
there supply horse-flesh for beef.
Gold is generally moro valuable in
France than in England, and silver
in England than in France.
A furniture establishment paid
$0,000 for ono page advertisement in
the Paris Exhibition catalogue.
In Georgia, a pair of twin children,
with snakes' heads, excite popular
What disease docs a mau resemble
who takes another by the throat?
The collarer (cholera.)
Mrs. Geueral Gaines' new mansion,
on Central Park, New York, will cost
Thad. Stevens talks of "mild con?
fiscation." Wo suppose he would say
ral Reagan is practicing law in a little
town iu Texas.
Two whales wore captured in Beau?
fort harbor, N. C., on Thursday.
FREDERICK THE GREAT AND HIS
FAMILY; by L. Muhlbuck. Berlin and
Sana Souci, or Frederick tho Great and his
Friends. Also, fresh supplies of The Mer?
chants of Berlin, Frederick the Great and
his Court and Joseph Second and his
Court. Wearing of the Grey-being Per?
sonal Portraits and Adventures of tho War;
by John Esten Cook; with portraits and
plates. Sybil's Second Love; by Julia
Kavanagh. Pendennis; by Thackeray
new edition. Diamond Editions of Dick?
ens' Works. Mosby and his Mon; by
Crawford. Tho Cruise of tho Shenandoah.
Sut Lovingood'B Yarns; with plates. And
i?mo gftOd Novels. Fine Writing Desks.
And, aljo, thc Bankrupt Law, with Notes
and Decisions; and other new Law Books.
For sale at MeCARTER'S Bookstore,
Opposite Columbia Lawver's Bango.
May ll R. L. BRYAN.
THE ROOM over thc store of Thomson
Earle. Applv to
AprilJLU 'ALFRED TO LEESON.
SMALL HOUSE FOR SALE !
THE PRESBYTERIAN MISSION
CHAPEL, on the square South of tho
Asylum; suitable for a small family
residence. Apply to . li. L. BRYAN.
THE subscriber has changed hie place of
business to the NEW and SPACIOUS
STORE*on Richardson (Main) street, ad?
joining Messrs. Hopson A Sutphcn's
known aH NO. 1 GRANITE RANGE.
. Thc intention is to keep aFULLLINEof
DRY GOODS, of all the different
alvie.) Wo Hhall bc pleased to sec our old
customers, (both eily and country,) and
all who favor us with a call, and wish to
purchase GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES.
M. Xs- BLtJTARP.
May 8 Imo
Lemons, Figs, Raisins,
CANDIES, SARDINES, Ac., in store and
for sale at low rates.
May 2 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
At the Sign of the G?ttien Pad-Look.
ALARGE Bupply of superior GRAIN
CRADLES, matte expressly to order.
10 dor. SCYTHE BLADES. In store
and for sale wholesale or retail, at low
prices for ciw-h, by JOHN C. DIAL.
May ll _
X>r. 353- X>- JSsIVXITIO:
HAS lora?cd in this eitv, and offers his
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to thc
citiaeus. Mer Residonco aud omeo, corner
Lady and Sumter streets-former resi?
dence of John I. Gracsy, Esq.
April 2$ Imo
liooal Itezp.?. i;.
P?BT OFFICE HOURS.---The office is
opea from 8 a. m. until :\}., p. m.,
and Jroni 6 until 7 p. m. The North?
ern mail closes nt 3].< p. m., and all
othor mails dose ut 8 p. m.
ED.-Wo have received from tho pub?
lishers, through J. J. McC'urter, Esq.,
n handsomely bouud copy of "Tho
History of Pendennis-^-his Fortunes
aud Misfortunes, his Friends and his
greatest Enemies; by William Mako
peace Thackeray; with illustrations
by the Author. Now York: Harper
& Brothers." ^ Thackeray's 6tyle and
abilities aro as much admirod iu Ame?
rica as iu Europe, and "Pendennis"
fully exhibits his vast powers of ima?
gination; but to attempt a criticism
of this tnlentcd author's productions
nt this late day, when his reputation
is fully established, would be nn ab?
solute waste of time.
THE SOIREE.-The ladies connected
with tho Rev. Mr. Shand's (Trinity)
Church have been, for a length of
timo, thinking of some mode by
which to raise funds to replace tho
dilapidated fence surrounding their
place of'worshirj and sepulture. Va?
rious plans were proposed, and finally
a soiree was decided upon; and, to
judge from the experience of last
j night, it will prove a correct decisiou.
Jnnney's Hall contniued a bevy of
tastefully dressed and very handsome
ladies; and, as a consequence, a full
representation of the sterner BOX.
The fair saleswomen were polite and
attentive to the wants of visitors;
but, to their credit be it said, there
were no uuduo and continued solicit?
ations to "buy something," qr "to
take a chance," as if greenbacks were
tho solo objects to be desired. By
tiic-way, we havo becu requested to
state that "Bebecca's well" is being
replenished, so that thirsty individu?
als will not again be disappointed.
The tableaux gave universal satisfac?
tion, and consisted of the following
pleasing representations: "Hamlet,"
"Cagliostro's Mirror," "Mary Queen
of Scots," "Pocahontas," "Gulnare,"
"Death of Medora," "MusicLesson,"
and "Turkish Shop." Tho various
parts were admirably sustained, and
the young ladies and gentlemen aro
entitled to much credit for their
The faithful and revered rector,
who, for thirty-three years, has mi?
nistered in this parish, was present,
and could not but feel highly gratified
at witnessing the pleasing scene.
To-night, in additiou to the ices
and lemonades, cakes and confections,
salads and substantials, flowers aud
fancy articles, there is to bc a concert
by a number of well known aud nd
inired amatour musicians; and wc eau
safely and truthfully promise all who
can make it convenient to attend,
that it will be the most plcusuut and,
at thc same time, (and n most impor?
tant consideration it is, too,) econo?
mical entertainments, that they can
possibly eoneieve of. Therefore, let
one and all don their best attire, and
in company w ith wife or sweetheart,
sister or cousin, aunt or mother, hie
to Johnny's. Tho price of admission
is only twenty-five cents.
''SUPPORT Yoe? OWN JOURNALS.
Tho Gleaner, issued every Wednes?
day, from this o?ico, defies competi?
tion ss a literary and nows journal.
Thoso who subscribe to it are kept
well posted up iu tho current events
of the day, as it embraces tho tele?
graphic news, political, commercial,
state of the markets, ?fee., np to the
hour of going to press.
Jon PRTXTINO.-Tho Job Office of
the Phonix is as complete as any in
the South. It is furnished with now
fouts of type of all descriptions aud
j of tho most modern styles. All work
executed promptly, with taste and
skill, aud at reasonable rates.
SunsoRinK FOR THE GLEANER.-Iu
steud of buying Harper's Weekly aud
other trashy and slanderous publica?
tions of the North, subscribe to the
Gleaner, which contains more read?
ing mutter, and of a far superior
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amination of a single number will
convince the most skeptical of tho
truth' of this assertion. Subscribo
without delay ; and another thing is
promised-that nt the end of tho
year, if tho numbers arc preserved,
you will have a volume to bind worth
ten times the subscription price.
F GARDS! CARPS!-Show cards, bnsi
neafi cards, visiting and wadding
cards, executed at tho Pluenix Job
Office, in tho neutost styles of the
art. Cards of all sizes constantly
ou band* and all orders from town or
country promptly atteudod to.
THE NEW YOBK BotJTHEBN' RELIEF
ASSOCIATION.-Tho Charleston Cou?
rier publishes the following list, with
a request for its State exchanges to
copy. These fnnds were sent to tho
parties direct, j We publish the list
for general information, as it desig?
nates the parties who will be able t.>
Bishop T. F. Davis, Camden.
$1,006.68; Rev. B. B. Sams, Barn?
well C. H., 200; Rev. Stiles Melli -
chnmp, Orangeburg, 300; Kev. E. E.
Bellinger, Walterboro, 100; Hov. W.
Cridor, Lancaster C. H., 200; Rev.
J. N. Craig, Lancaster C. II.', 200 ;
Rev. R. Harper, Chcraw, 200; Rev.
C. Hanckel, Charleston, 132.25; Rev.
T. S. Arthur, Greenville, 100; Rev.
J. Cornish, Aiken, 200; Kev. W. P.
DuBose, Winusboro, 100; Hov. Dr
Turner, Abbeville, 100; Kev. O. A.
Darbv, Union ville, 100; Kev. D. C.
Kollok, Cheraw, 100; Bishop P. N.
Lynch, Charleston, 2,000; Rev. J. B.
Adger, Columbia, 1,325; Rev. J. L.
Girordeau, Charleston, 700; Rev. W.
S. Plumor, Columbio, 800;Rev. D. J.
Simmons, Columbia, 200; Rev. C.
Thomason, Camden, 100; Rev. W.
Carson, Lexington C. H., 100; Rov.
J. L. Reynolds, Columbin, 100; Rev.
A. K. Durham, Doko, 100; Rev. Jas.
Forman, Greenville, 100; Rev. J. O.
B. Dargan, Darlington, 200; Rev. W.
C. Dana, Charleston, 200; Rev. Lu?
cius Cuthbert, Charleston, 250; Rov.
Paul Trupicr, Sparlnnburg, 150.50;
Rev. P. J. Shaud, Columbia, 100;
Rev. Thos. Smyth, Charleston, 700;
Rev. C. P. Gadsden, Charleston, 100;
Rev. W. G. Woodfiu. Penfield, 100;
Rev. Douglas Harrison, Liberty Hill,
50; Rev. H. McLees, Pendleton, 50.
cial and other circulars, in the various
forms-note, letter and commercial
post-neatly printed in our Job
Office, and all work of this descrip- .
tion finishedin the best style of print?
ing, aud at moderate prices.
PASS THEM AROUND.-We take
much pleasure ju warning tho public,
especially our cotemporaries of tho
press, say? tho Mississippian, (and we
heartily endorse every word,) against
Joseph Haydock, ll Pino street, New
York, and his master, Dr. Alaggiel,
who havo been advertising for about
a year past iu nourly every newspa?
per in tho South, without, we have
good reason to believe, paying their
bills. Wo know thom to be a couple
of swindlers and scoundrels, who im?
pose upon the-unsuspecting and trust?
ing public, not only by refusing to
pay their advertising accounts, but
by flooding tho country with their
quack aud utterly worthless nostrums
and deadly poisons. Wo freely giv,o
them the benefit of this notice, and
trust that our brethren of thc press
throughout the South will be equally
A HOME JOURNAL.-The best family
journal now published in the South
is the Gleaner, issued from this office.
It contains weekly eight pages of
solid reading matter, excluding ad?
vertisements entirely. A specimen
number will bc sent to any one de?
siring to subscribe.
SHOW POSTERS, HANDMLLS, &C
Our supply of typo and facilities of
press-work enable us to turn out from
the Phohix office the most attractive
styles of posters, hand-bills, Ac, at
short notice, und' in tho most satis?
A LITE? ARV JOURNAL.-The < fledntt
is a largo eight page quarto journal,*
and from tho first line on thc fii'.-t
column of the first pago to tho last
lino on tho forty-eighth column, it
abounds with select matter; em?
bracing, besides the news of the
week, choice tales, sketches aud
?poetry, which moko it, ns its name
indicates, a true "home companion."
which no family iu tho State should
NEW AnvKMisiiaiuNrs.-Attuhtiui. is cu.;
u<l io tho following advertisements, which
ure published Uns morning for tho ti*.rt
II. D. Hanahan- Urandy Fruits, Ac*.
\pplv at this Oflico-Cousumpt'n Cur?. J.
JOB. Lonck-Pianos for Sale, Ac.
Fisher A Hcinitsh-Itch Ointment.
W. T. Walter-Varioty Halo.
It will bo seen, by reference to Mr. R.
C. Shiver's advertisement, that hooping*
for tho weeli, another lot ot goods at his
popular low prices. Last week wa? a "har?
vest to house-keepers and furnishers in
selecting from his stock, and this week
promises equally so.
Violin and Guitar
ALARGE and CHOICE SELECTION of
UF.NUINF. ITALIAN STENOS: also,
p. fine assortment of Violin Dows, Ih-idgos.
Screws, Hutton., and Tail Pieces. Jail
received at li. I'OLLAUIVs.
April 7 mw24