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THE PHOENIX
PUBLISHED DAILY AMS TBI-VlIEICL?.
tm GLMNIR,
KVr.UY WKDHK8DAY. MOBKTNO.
BY JULIAN ?. SELBY,
?IT? i'?vIN?Jfiit.
Office on Main street, a few doors above
j Taylor (or Camdon) street.
TERMS-TN ADVANCE.
BOBSClUFTKHtJ
" ? Daily Papor, six months.$i 00
Tri-Weeldv, \i " . 2 50
Weekly,, ' \ ??_". 1 50
Inserted at 75 bents per sqnaro for the first
ihsertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent. ,
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
MST A lib?rai discount made on the abovt>
? rates when advertisements are inserted by
the month or year.
AOEHTS.
Spartanburg-Hiram Mitchell.
W. C. Mooro, Abbeville.
J. It. Allen, Chester.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H.
8. P. Kin ard. Newberry C. H.
W. T. Sims, Union. <
J. M. Allen, Greenville.
A Most Admirable Address.
The Richmond papers contain full
reports of an address delivered by
Hon. Henry A. Wise, before the
Pomologioal and Horticultural So?
ciety of Richmond, which is pro?
nounced one of his finest efforts.
Certainly its perusal will justify this
eulogium, and the following extracts
will give our readers a fair sample of
tho address. They bear entirely upon
the agricultural interests, not only
of Virginia, bat of. every other
Southern State. We earnestly com?
mend them to the attention of our
readers, with the hope they will be
profited by a perusal:
' This state of desolation of lands
and of destitution and corruption of
laborers, demand, I repeat, a total,
fundamental change in our economy
of land culture and of land labor.
And we mast accommodate ourselves
to these changes, extreme as they
are. They are not embarrassments
merely, which suggest propositions !
to be accepted or rejected ut discre?
tion;, but they are the stern, stub?
born facts and fates of revolation al?
ready accomplished, and entirely re?
versing the order of everything in
our whole past life ?nd economy.
The results are upon us, and the ne?
cessity of the case knows no law, bat |
to compel as to make the most of au
already realized and inexorable con?
dition. Hard, harsh, sadden, sar- !
prising and shoaking as this may at
first seem, yet there is great consola?
tion in the hope that this very neces?
sity may well compensate ns by forc?
ing ns into improvements, which bat
for it we would never have been
driven to adopt. The war has shown
that oar previous, past condition was
not only not tho best, but not for our
good at all.
We must apply and practice the old
and now precious aphorism :
"Tempora mutanlur et nos tnutamu
cttmillis." The great questions are:
What Bhould be our changes with
the changes of the times ?
How change ?
The first change absolutely neces?
sary to be made in argiculture, is
from the plantation to tho farming
system. This requires a new mode
of culture, new laborers, new imple?
ments, new crops, more various, on
a smaller scale, more contracted and
concentrated, requiring more skill,
more care, and yielding . the most j
profit on the smallest space. Tho |
plantation demanded thousands of
acres, and. hundreds of hands of
manual labor, operating on the
largest space, to produce raw mate?
rial for food and clothing, requiring I
but little skill with under hands to
make the crude crops-habitually
and ignorantly wasteful-given to I
one idea alone, here tobacco, there
wheat, elsewhere cotton or rico, or
corn or sogar-monotonous in rou?
tine-worked by slaves, unskillful,
unthrifty and costly, and not in?
terested in success or profit-with no I
applied science or art beyond that of I
an uneducated overseer, and literally
driving nway from its sections, both |
ircm tcr/nc z~i country, ''thc .strong
man of America," the master me?
chanic; nursing tho pleasures, pas?
times, luxuries, ease, extravagance j
and dissipation of proprietor, scatter?
ing and segregating and making sparse
the white population of the country,,
utterly repellipg the class of bold
working yeomanry, the proudest'
boast of any land; and weakening
the lands for defensive war.
The speaker went on to explain of
what consisted farming. It requires,'
said he, skill as well as labor; it mast
be watchful to waste nothing out of
the small produot; its manipulator
and operator is the owner, interested
for life in success and profit; its
habite of life must be plain and sim?
ple and frugal. The next essential
thing to farming, instead of plant?
ing, in Virginia, is: That Virginians,
if they would not be driven out from
their own inheritance, should them?
selves do this work cf farming for
themselves. They must not call on
Hercules, nor freedman, nor .Ger
man, nor Swede, nor immigrant from
any clime; but they must put their
own shoulders to the wheel, and do
tho task of men for themselves.
What is to prevent tho young men nt
once from summoning their energies
to braco themselves to the great task
of renovation at the very source of
succor and supply? They have just
been trained to all the hardships and
rivations of privates in war. Have
not seen them in a day put off the
broad-cloth of the parlor for the
"glorious gray," ^inl mardi and bi
viouao in ice and BDOW and rain, in
heat and cold, in want and weariness,
and, when well worn down, rouse in
an instant with fresh life and vigor
to fight as men never fought bet?re
for this, their loved land, nnd so
march in mud and fight for years to
the last? I tell them, and would tell
it with a trumpet-tongue os loud as
that of war, if I could, that their
country, "their own, their native
land," their hearths and altars and
cradle, no less now than in war, calls
on them to bare their arms and. buf?
fet with these times.
Here is some most excellent advice
to the young mon of the South:
He advised the landholders of the
State to givo'every encouragement to
our own white labor, and the young
men of the State to apply themselves
lo the study oi agriculture as a
science, if they would save the real
estate of their fathers and keep
sacred the altars of their own birth?
places and homes. It is far more
honorable to do this than to skulk
into professions by the back door and
become pettifogging lawyers and
quack doctors, who practice their
arts to rob clients or kill patients; or
to seek soft places in clerkships, or
drumming, or running, or standing
and'waiting at tho bock and call of
somebody else's business. It is much
morn respectable, und certainly more
independent.
He appealed to the manly, proud,
brave and strong men of the State,
who had neither means nor settled
ursuits, to adopt agriculture as a
usin?es.
He spoke of the importance of tho
establishment of chairs in our differ?
ent colleges for instruction in agri?
cultural science; of the necessity of
immigration; of the propriety of
dividing large tracts of lands into
small farms; tho different systems of
labor, and of the inevitable result of
proper and persistent pursuit of the
ideas he had inculcated.
"The oldman eloquent" concluded
his address with a beautiful invoca?
tion to his mother State, and urged
her to bo brave and strong, append?
ing the two following cheering stan?
zas:
"Never despair! thc darkest cloud
That ever lowered will pass away;
The longest night will yield to dawn
The dawD <'fil kindle into day.
What, if ar jd thy lonely bark
Break fierce and high tho waves of
sorrow
Stretch every oar! there's laud ahead !
And thou wilt gain the port to?
morrow.
******
"The farmer knows not of his fields,
With floods, or drought, or blight
mnst cope;
He questions not the fickle skies,
Bat ploughs, and sows, and toils in
hope.
Then up! and strive, and dare, and
do,
No doubt a harvest thou wilt gather;
'Tis time to labor, and to wait,
And trust iu God for genial
weather!"
REMOVAL.
THE undersigned have removed tneir
stock of BOOKS ami STATIONERY
to the second store in Maj. Davis' now
building, on Main street, where they hope
to flee ali their old frionds and customers.
Oct SO DUI; ?TIE ** ^HA^?f * V
Woodenware, Brooms, &c.
WE have just received a full assortment
of the following:
TUBS, MEASURES, ROLLING PIN8,
Buckets, Flour Pails, Ladles, Spoons,
Butter Spades, Clothes Pins,
Wash Boards, Brooms, Whisks.
Hearth Brooms, Ac. For sale at low
figures by_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
BARLEY BARLEY '!
WE WANT about 8,000 bushels of good
clean Barlev, for brewing Lager
Beer. The cash will be paid on delivery,
at market rates. J. C.BEEPERS A CO.
lijvV?tw?** Subicuum n>?c?v:is.pps ?rcgood
foe all urinary complaints.
NE W MAHR?A Gi! O LISE_An Es?
say for Young Men, on Physiological Er?
rors, Abu H cs and Diseases, incident to
Youth and Early Manhood, which create
impedimenta to MARRIAGE, with sure
moans of relief. Sent in sealed letter en?
velopes, free of charge Address, Dr. J.
SKLLLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Assooia
tion. Philadelphia, Pa._Sept 25 3mo
Bartlett's Reversible Sewing Sim
cl; ?urn.-The most perfect and simple ma?
chine madel for stitching, hemming, tuck?
ing, braiding, ftc. ONLY $25.
A new supply of tho UNIVERSAL
CLOTHES-WASHER AND WRISSER.
Price $5. JOEL KETCHUM, JR. ft CO.,
July 30 j_Agents.
TO TUE AFFIilCTED.-Nothing has
as yet been presented in tho way of a
Tonio, possessing such properties asPank
nln's lie pat io Bitters. They invigorate
thc system and impart new life to a consti?
tution shattered and wornoutby that most
distressing diseaso known SB Dyspepsia.
They should be tried by all those thus
affected, aud will never fail to givo relief.
Fur sale 'uy all di u^u mia.
April ll thly DR. C. H. MIOT, Agent.
To All Who Vie Liquor.-Wolfe'?
Schiedam Schnapps is manufactured in
Holland by a process only known to the
Eroprietor, ann is warranted tho purest
iquor ever manufactured.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup- ]
Fon CHILDREN TEETHING-Greatly facili?
tates the process of teething, by softening
tho gums, reducing all inflammation-will
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and
is BORE TO BECiULATETUE BOWELS. Depend
upon it, mothers, it will give reBt to your?
selves and BELIEF AX? HEALTH TO YOUR IN?
FANTS. Wo have put np and sold this arti,
cle for years, and can say in confidence and
truth of it, what wo havo novcr been able
to say of any other medicine-NEVER HAS
rr FAILED IN A SIMILE INSTANCE TO EFFECT
A CLUE, when timely used. Never did wo
know an instanco of dissatisfaction by any
ono who used it. On tho contrary, all are
delighted with its operation, and speak in
terms of commendation of its magical ef?
fects and medical virtues. We speak in
thia matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW," after
years of experience, and pledge our repu?
tation for tho fublllment of what we here
declare. In almost every instance where
the infant is suffering from pain and ex-1
haustion, relief will bo found in fifteen or. j
twenty minutes after tho syrup is adminis?
tered. Fnll directions for using will accom?
pany each bottle. Be sure and call for
"Mus. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING STROP/'
Having the fac-siuiilo of "CURTIS A PER?
KINS" on tho outside wrapper. All others
are base imitations. Sola by Druggists
throughout the world. Prico, only 35 cts.
?er bottlo. Offices-215 Fulton street, Now I
Ork; 205 High Holborn, London, England;
Ul St. Paul street, Montreal, Canada.
Sept 17_jfimo
DEW OF Tili: ALFS.
For sale wholeealo by all tho grocers in
Now Orleans, Charleston, Mobile, Savan?
nah and New York.
DEW OF THE ALPS
Received the first premium at the Paris
Exposition.
DEW OF THE ALPS.
Tho manufacturers of the above cordial
not only received thc first premium at tho
Paris Exposition, but were decorated hy?
the Emperor.
DEW OF THE ALPS.
For salo by all the druggists, grocers
and fruit stores in tho United States.
BRANDY, RUM AND WINES.
5,000 cases old Cognac Brandy, imported
especially for private use.
300 cases old Jamaicaand St. Croix Rum,
bottled beforo tho war.
10,000 cases Madeira, Sherry and Furt -
some very old and superior-various
brands: all warranted pure. For sale hy
UDOLPHO WOLFE,
Aug IC 3mo 22 Beaver st.. New York.
F.8TABLI8UED IN 1828._
KATU UK LOU'S HAIR. DYK.- ?h?.~
splendid nair Dye is the best in tho world.
The only true and perfect Dye-harmlose,
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint?
ment. No ridiculons tints. Natural black
or brown. Remedies tho ill effects of bad
dyes. Invigorates the bair, leaving it soft
and beautiful. The gonniu? is signed WU
liam A. Batchelor. All others are mere
imitation?, and should bo avoided. Sold
by aU druggists and perfumers. Factory
81 Barclay street, Now York. UfiT Bowan?
of a counterfeit. Doc ll ly
PROPOSALS WANTED,
FOR TWO HUNDRED CORD8 of LONG
LEAF PINE WOOD, to be delivered
- jj . .. TIT mlwVe T?f AU
Rim wiuuu m HW ?. .. - - - -
bids to be approved by the City Clerk, sub?
ject to the approval of Council.
Pot 17 J. 8. McMAHON. City Clerk.
100 Sacki Family Flour,
1 Afi SACKS SALT,
Xv/V/ 5 tiercos new Sugar-Cured Hame,
5 hhds. Bacon Hides,
200 bushols old White Corn, by
Oct 12_E. h G. D. HOPE.
Wolfe's Schied ?.rn Schnapps aro good
for Goat._? _.
Tripoli, Tripoli.
THE best article lu use for cleaning
G<?W, Silver. Brass, SteeL Brittania,
lie isst relived ss** *rt'* "tl"
1 JA 10 J. & T. R. XONEW.
Have You Been There ?
IP NOT, OA LL AT ONCE AND EXAMINE THE CHOICE 8ELECTT0N OF
AND
WINTER GOODS
NOW OPENING, anti FOR RALE, and cheap enough to satisfy the most economical,
at the store of M. WINSTOCK. Tho Ladies' attention is particularly invited to
tho stock of
ORV GOODS,
Consisting of PRINTS, beautiful patterns and fast colora; Brown and Bleached
DOMESTICS, good and cheap DELAINES, ALPACAS, FLANNELS, DINSEYS,
CASS DIERES, for Gents and Boys, and PIECE GOOD? of all description,
AL.80,
BREAKFAST SHAWLS,
SONTAG S,
NUBIAS.
CHILDREN'S SACKS,
HOODS,
SCARFS, AC.
"Wi?tite GrOOais O?* 0,11 I7>GHCr?J?tiOliS.
Ladies' OloaLrs of the Latest Styles,
New Style of Balmoral Skirts,
-A.ll Descriptions of" Hoop Skirts.
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
COUNTRY DEALERS, and the PUBLIC IN GENEBAL, aro respectfully invited to
call and look at my goods, as they will be shown with pleasuro, and you wdl And that
wo sell cheaper than the cheapest in tho cit v.
IV! . W ITVSTOOK,
October 15 MAIN STREET.
R. C. ANDERSON
HAS JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK WITH THE MOST
OF
GENT'S READY-MADE CLOTHING
TO BE wem m THIS muir.
- CHEAP CLOTHING, GOOD CLOTHING and tho VEBY BEST OF CLOTHING,
nul Snits from $G.50 to $75.00; or, in fact, at any price to snit your pocket.
(al Children's, Boys', Youth's and Young Men's CLOTHING, an excellent nssort
-Jlil.inent, REALLY CHEAP.
GENT'S FURNISHING G*-6 ODS.
TRAVELING SHAWLS. Lap Robes, Cardigan Jackots, Wool 8carfs, Rubber Over?
coats, Capes, Ponchos and Rubber Traveling Pillows. j
?SC ATS AND OAFS.
A superb assortment of Gent's, Youth's and Children's, SILK, CASSIMERE,
BRUSH FELT, WOOL and CLOTH HATS, all of the moat fashionable styles.
ALSO,
UMBBELLAS, TRAVELING TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, VALISES, LADLES' HAT
CASES, Ac, Ac.
Having Mr. W. W. WALKER with me, and a splendid assortment ot CLOTHS, CA8
SIMERL8, VERTINGS, Ac, on hand, we are pn-pared to make up to measure, at short
notice, ANYTHING A MAN WANTS, ut prices to suit the times.
October 13 U. C. ANDFK80N, Agont.
SOUTH CAROLINA
COTTON (HN WAREHOUSE.
LATEST IMPRO V ~EXD
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Al MACHINERY,
MANXr ACTURED AND FOU K.U.K, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL, KV
A. R. COLTON, COLUMBIA, S. C.
TIIE facilities I have for MANUFACTURING-and connection with more than
twenty First-Claas Manufacturers-warrant mn in ottering tho most liberal induce?
ments to the largest dealers. Orders respectfully solicited and promptly executed.
Descriptive cataloguais sent free.
September 2G A. R. COLTON-.
DILLON'S PATENT UNIVERSAL COTTON TIES ANO IRON HOOP
THIS TIE, with the HOOP COMPLETE, weighs no more than the nsnal Rope used
in baling cotton, and?renders an allowanoa for tara unnecessary; the ONLY TIE
REQUIRING NO SLACK WHILE PUTPING ON, and is so perfect that the necessity
for heavy hoops, to make up for deficiencies in the tie? is entirely obviated. Can bo
sold by the pound or ton as cheaply as tho heavy hoop? and leas perfect ties. Each
and every tie is warranted perfect. Science and practical use will have the effect of
tho Don Tie entirely superseding the uso of rope-ita combination of advantages, its
preservation of the cotton when baled from consumption by fire,rendering its security ?
to Insurance Companies a matter for consideration, both while in warehouse or on
shinbrwu, and ita simplicity of use and economy combined.
?9. For aale, in large or small quantities, by J. A T. R. AGNEW,
I Ang 25 Columbia, S. C. i
I
F?SKEE & LOWRANCE,
f '")
16 Firkins North Carolina Butter,
FRESH from tho Mountains, for sate
low, by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Oct 23
New Buckwheat.
FOR SAXE LOW. by
Oct 12 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Mackerel and Herring.
AFRESH SUPPLY received to-day, ant
for sale, by
Oct 12 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Hams! Hams!!
3TTERCE8 Canvassed HAMS, fer tnSe
by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Oct 12_ .
Wooden Ware and Brooms.
"I K DOZ. PAINTED PAILS,
JLO 10 doz. Cedar Pails,
? 25 doz. Brooms, in store, arad afc low
prices, by
Pot 12 FISHER A LOWRANCE*
Twenty Dozen Canned Oysters,
-| rv DOZ. CANNED TOMATOES,
1U Green Corn,
Jellies,
Gherkins,
Mixed Pickles, Ac.
Received to-day, and for sale low. by
Oct 12 F?8HER A LOWRANCE.
800 8ACBB SALT,
5BALES BAGGING, ' > -:
200 pounds TWINE,
30 coils ROPE, in store and for sale
low, by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Oot 10
-? -,
Tobacco, Tobacco.
BY the box or at retail, low for cash, bj
Sept 29 FI8HER A LOWRANCE.
SUGAR, COFFEE.
MOLASSES.
GOSHEN DUTTER,
? LARD,
SUGAR-HOUSE SYRUP, BACON,
PICKLES, RICE.,
CHEESE, ETC.
IRON. STEEL, Axles, Springs, Carriage
Materials, Parlor Matches, Etc
Sept 20 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnaps should
be in the hands of every housekeeper.
REMOVAli.
SHAVING removed my FUR- _
NITURE business to the Na-RI
tional Express old stand, I NHS
wo old be glad to seo my former pa- 'T*
trons and the public generally give me a
call, as I have a nice ?tockof FURNITURE
on hand, and will make to order or repair
anything in the Furnitureime very reason?
able, and workmanship to please even the
most fastidious. JEROME FAGAN,
Washington st., bet. Main and Asaom'y,
A few doors from old stand.
Aug 10_ trna
St. James Hotel,
SEW ORLEANS, LA.
. " ? 2f /*..*?
-, : ". ' '
F B O P B IB T O B S ~.
WM. A. HURD, of New Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY, Spottswood Hotel, Bicfc
mond. Va.
ttW Telegraph and Railroad Offices in
rotonda of Hotel._July 3 Gmo
REMOVAL.
GUNS, PISTOLS
AND ,
Sportsmen's Equipments?
FISHING TACKLE, &c.
tuf THE undersigned has re
moved hi? stock of goods in
^C^^-Ss^the abovo line to tho atora
V "wnext to disher A Heinitsh's.
Guns and Pistols .epaired and put ia
perfect order, at reasonable notice
P. W. KRAFT,
Main street, opposite Phoenix Office.
_AUR 28_ -.' ?
CAUTION! CAUTION'. !
IT has come to onr knowledge that per?
sons from tho conntrv and city, order?
ing that GREAT MEDICINE, the QUEEN'S
DELIGHT, have their orders filled by an?
other medicino, called Epping's Sarsapa?
rilla. This is a pernicious habit Ob tho
part of any druggist or apothecary to
make such substitutions, and it must re?
flect upon their pharmaceutical knowledge
to say to their enstomors that they are the
same", when it ia known 'hey do not know
the constituents of tbe medicine Queen's
Delight, as prepared by Heinitsb.
Thisjs tojjaotion thopeo?leUiat "HET
iiIT?rt ? QuibKit o i/buiuui io ?" v..
tirely difforent article-a new pharmaceu?
tical product and combination of roots and
gnmB, and ia tho only medicine that per?
forms so many extraordinary curas amos?
the poople. Ovor 1,600 bottles have been
sold at our storo in loss than eleven
months, and the demand increasing from
ail parts of tho country.,
Purchasers should be careful to ask for
"Hemitsh's Queen's Delight." This is Hie
name. Please remember it-"Queen's De
light.? For?ale^RAHEiNiT8Hi
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
Wolfe'" Schiedam Schnapps have
j been before tbe American priblic for tbr

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