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THE DAILY P H(EN?lT Daily Paper 88 a Year "Let our Just Censure J^J^L^^^S^f&? Attond the True Event." Tri-Weekly $5 a Year , BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA. S. C.. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 8,8 1868._VOLUME III-NO. <T5^ ^ THE PHONIX. PUBLIrtUkU DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY. tim GLEANER, EVERY WEDNESDAY 1 OKNT7.T, 3Y JULIAN A. SELBY, EDTTOU AND Pl?bl'RIkTOR. Office on "VLaiu street, a few doora above Taylor (or Caradon) street. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.?.ti 00 Tri-Weekly i '? " . 2 50 Weekly, " ; " . 1 W) A J) V KUTI RE M F. NTS Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first insert ion, and W> cents for each subsequent. Weekly 75 cont? eaob insertion. MW A lOwral discount made on the above rates when advertisements are inser ted by the month Or year. AOKNTS. Lexington-B. J. Haye?. ? Hpartanburg-Hiram Mitchell. J. Ii. Allen, Chester. Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H. . S. P. Kinnrd, Newberry C. H. Janies Grant, Union. J. M. Allen, Greonvillo. JriHH Christ'.* latin-. Said to hare, been found under a Great Stone, sixty-five years af ter the Crud, fixionof our blessed Saviour, eiyldeen milesfrom Icon i nw; transmittedfrom ?te holy edy by a converted Jen-; failifidly translatedfrom the original Hebrew copy, now in possession of the Lady Cuba's Family al Mesopotamia. This lotter was written by Jesus Christ, and found under a groat stone, both round and largo, nt the foot of tho cross, eighteen milos from Iconi um. near a village called Mesopota? mia; upon that stone was written and engraved, "Blessed in* he that sholl turn mn over." All people who saw it, prayed to God earnestly, and de? sired. He won I il mako known to them the meaning of this writing, that they might not attempt in vain to turn it over. lu tho meantime there came u little child, about six or soveu years old, and turned it over without help, ' to the ml tn i rut ion of all the people that stood by, aud under this stone was found a letter written by Jesus Cbrifct, which was curried to the city of Icouium; and there published by u person belonging to tho Lady Cuba, and in the letter was written tho '.commandment of Jesus Christ,' signed by tho Angel Gabriel, twenty . eight years after mir Saviour's birth: "Whoever workoth on the Sabbath day shall be cursed. I command yon to go to church, and keep the Lord's day holy, without doing any manner of work. You nindi not idly mis? spend your time in bedecking your? selves with superfluities of costly ap? parel and vain dressus, for I have ordained it a day of rest; I will have that day kept holy, that your sins may Jue forgiven yon; you shall not break my eoinuiuudnients, but observe und keep them, written with my own baud; write them in your hearts, und fdtfudiustly observe this was written with my owu hand, spokeu by my own mouth. You shall not only go to church yourselves, but also your mun servants ?md your muid servants, and observe my words and learn my commandments; you shall finish your labor every Saturday in tho afternoon by 6 of tho clock, at which hour the Jirepiirutiou for tho Sabbath begins. ! advise yon to fast five fridays in ev?ry your, beginning with Good Friday, and to continue the four Fri? days immediately following, in re? membrance of the five bloody wounds I received for ul! mankind. You shall diligently and peaceably labor in your respective vocations, whorein it hath plensoij/lod to rall you. You HIIUII love ouc another willi brotherly love, and cause them that uro not baptized to come to church and bear tho holy Sacrament, viz: Baptism und tho Lord's Supper, and be made members tlmroof; in so doing I will give yon long lifo and many blessings, and ?our laud ?hall bring forth abundance, will give you many blessings, nnd comfort yon in the greatest tempta? tions, aud surely ho that docth to the contrary shall bc curst ?ind unprofita? ble. I will also send hardness of heart upon thom, till I have destroyed them, but especially upon hardened and impenitent unbelievers. He that bath given to the poor, ho shall not he unprofitable, Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day, for tho seventh day I have nikon to myself; and he thnt bath a copy of this lotter, written with my own hand, and spoken vfith my own mouth, and koepa it witlotit publishing it to others, shall not prosper; but he that pnblisheth it to others, shall be blest of me, and though his bins 1)9 in number as the stars in the sky, and he that believes in this shall be pardoned, and if he believes not this writing and my Com? mandments, I will seud my plagnea upon him, nnd consume both bim and his children, und his cattle; and whomsoever shall have a copy of this letter, written with my own band, und keeps it in their houses, nothing shall burt them-neither pestilence, lightniug nor thunder shall do them any hurt; and if n woman bo with child and in labor, and a copy of this lotter be about her uud she firmly put her trust in it, she shall safely bo de? livered of her birth. You shall have no nows of mo but by tho Holy Spirit till the day of Judgment. All goodness and prosperity shall be in tho house where n copy of this letter shall be found. NIN'S TIE PATT C BITTERS aro held, is j Another proof of their excellence as a Tonic. They aro rocommondod by physi? cians generally, and havo never disap? pointed those who havo made uso of them. Thoy give sure and spocdy relief in nausea, sick headache, dyspepsia and all similar complaints. Eur sale by all druggists. April ll inly DR. C H. MIOT. Agent. MARRIAGE WO CELIBACY.-AN ESSAY FOR YOUNG MEN on the Crime of Solitude, aud tho Diseases and Abuses which crcato Impediments to Marriage, with suro means of relief. Sent in scaled letter envelopes, froo of charge. Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. Eeo 1 3rao Tile Confessions und Experience of un Invalid.-Published for tho beuelit and as a caution to young men and others, who Stiffer from Nervous Debility, Prema? ture Decay of Manhood, Ac, supplying the means of self-cure. Written by ono who cured himself, and sent free on receiving a post-paid directed envelope. Address NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Brooklyn, New York. Also free, by the same publisher, a circular of DAISY SWAIN, the great Tocm of the War. Dee 18 3mo THE MISERABLES Oio THIS B?.IGHT ANO CHEERFUL WORLD A UH1*'!' HE DYSPEPTICS.-Without a good digestion there can neither bo bodily comfort nor nx iital enjoyment. Between tho stomach and tho brain there is a close and wonderful alliance. If tho ono is disordered tho other is gloomy, dejected, incapablo of effort, and indifferent to all that makes life agreeable to the healthy. Is this a condition that any rational hu? man being is willing to endure, when the means of certain, immediate and perma? nent relief can be obtained everywhere? The Dyspeptic has his fat? in his owu hands. If hu chooses to banish for oxer the disorder that racks his body and aia turhs the mind with nameless horrors, he has only to step to tho hearest drug store and procure a supply of I IOS TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. No phase of Dyspepsia has over yet re? sifted the alterativo, toni, and anli-bUious operation of this potent vegetable specific, it literally regenerates the lethargic sto? mach; rousos into healthy action tue dor? mant liver; puts to tl? v;ltt the dismal fan? cies that bi int the mind; gently relieves and regulates the bowels; strengthens thc enfeebled nerves; restores tho appetite, and mal?es, ns it were, a new creature ?f the desponding mid debilitated invalid. Ladies who suitor from Indigestion have oui., to take a small dose of this puro vege? table corrective, once or twice a day, to seeUre entire exemption front tho pains aud penalties of a wt-uk Btomach and that perfect functional regularity, which bat few of the sex uninterruptedly enjoy. Feb'JG 6t CAROLINA RICE. 6BBLS. Primo Whole CAROLINA RICE, for salo by E. A G. D. HOPE. PRESIDENT'S OFFICE. VfitJt??toa ?V MAMCHESTEB R. R. CO., Wii.MiNOTo?, N. C., February 29, 18G8. rpHItt ia to notify ult whom it may con JL ceru that, having been appointed RE? CEIVER of tho Wilmington aud Manches? ter Railroad, under decretal order of tho Court of Equity, for New Hanover County, St uto of North Carolina, and of tho Court of Chancery, for tho Diatriot of Marion, Stale of South Carolina, I have assumed possession of tho Road, including its roal and personal property, rights and fran? chises. . Agenta, or persona acting as Agents, of the Wilmington and Manchester Railroad Company, are notified that all balances which may accruo in their hands from the sale of Tickets or Transportation of Freight, on and after tho 1st of MARCH, 1808, mnst bo paid to tho undersigned. Tho Road will continuo as hcrotoforo to be operator! with regularitv, and a special regard to tho interests of the public. GEORGE G. HULL, March 1 6 Receiver. FRESH ARRIVALS. 1 999 STRIP?.GAR CUREDBAC0N 2 tierces Extra S. C. Hams, small sises. 6 tierces Furo Loaf Lard. 5 boxes Codfish. 25 boxes E. D. and Cutting Cheese. 50 bbl?. Fundy Floor, super, and extra. 5 firkins Striutly Choice Goshen Butter. 50 boxes Assorted Crackers, fresh. 5 tierces Whole and Middling Rice. 10 hnlf bbls. Clagget's Ale. 100 doz. Clagget's Ale, in pints. 50 doz. Jeffrey? Sc Aitkiu's Palo Ale. 20 doz. Imported Bremen Lager Beer. 20 doz. London Porter. 5 cases Hoetetter'u Bitters. French Mushrooms, in cans; Worcester? shire, Mushroom and .lockey Club Sauces; Tomato Catsup, English Pickles, Canned Fruits and Vegetables, Choice Teas, green and black; and a full assortment of all grades of Sugars, Syrups and Molasses, etc. GEORGE SI MMERS. Feb 29_ COPELAND & EE ARDEN. ^-ospat^ (50 BAGS Extra FAMILY I^Sa&=aBl 10,000* lbs. Bacon SIDFS \rmCgnffaiid SHOULDERS, anBnUi 20 bugs Lio Coffee, 5 hhds. Molassos, 10 hhds. Coffee Sugar, 50 sacks Liverpool Palt, Bagging and Bale Bop?-. Feb 23_ Count Mirabeau, AN HISTORICAL TALE; by Mundt. Translated by Brandford, lu one volunto. Price $1.50; cloth $2. History of the United Netherlands-se? quel to Dutch Ropublic; by Motlcv. A Stormy Lifo, a novel; by Lady Goor Giana Fullerton, with plates. Price $1.50 and $2. Duff's Railroad, Bank and Merchant's Book-keeping, new. Queen Victoria's new book. Lifo in the Highlands, ?Vc. Pri?e il.75. Also, a new supply of Iuez, by author of St. Elmo. ?1.75. New English Novels, cheap. For sale at J. J. McCurter's bookstore. Feb? R. L. BRYAN.^ JACOB H. WELLS "IFOULD respectfully inform his old W friends and customers, and tho pub? lic gcuurally, that ho hus removed to th? large brick store on Bridge street, near tho South Carolina and Greenville Rail? road Depots, anil next door to Joyner's National Motel, and having ample storage accommodations, will continuo the COT? TON FACTORAGE and STORAGE and GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and hopes hy prompt attention and gi>od ma? nagement of all business entrusted to him, and the reasonableness of his charges, ti receive a liberal share of the pntronago he solicits, Msj. A. D. H ITT will be found at tin sante place, and will bo pleased to seo such of his old friends and customers as nm; give him a call. _Feb 29 lino Lifeless, Faded or Gray Bair Re stored. HALL'S RENEWER, Cliovolitr's Life of the nair, Ring's Ambrosia, nt Feb 27 ' FISHER .V flETNITSH'S. _ Planting Potatoes. K/\ BBLS. Pink Evo Planting POTA OV" TOES, jost received and tor sale bj _ .Tan M J. ,v I. ti. AGNKW. On Consignment, with Orders to Sell Q/V BOXES Low Grades TOBACCO. Ovf lt) boxes Extra Fine Tobacco. ?0 boxes Low Priced Segara. 15 " Smoking Tobacco. 5 bales Cotton Yarns. Oct ?10 ALF KED TOLLKSON. A Real Pain Killer IS tho QUAKER LINIMENT." It euro: all kinds of pains, aches, Rheumatism stiffness of joints, Headache, backache Cramps, Lumbago, Sore Throat, Neural gia, and every other sort of nobe. Fo salo by FISHER A- HEINIT8H. Planting Potatoes. OK BliLH. PINK EYES, Jl*y 25 bbls. WESTERN RED. For salo by E. A G. D. HOPE. Feb 28. PARTICULAR NOTICE. ALL persons who vthh any work done, in my line, will please loavo tholr orders at my atoro, and I will have thom promptly attended to. If it ia not conve? nient to call, address mc through the Poat Omeo and I will call at your reaidenco, or at tho placo where you may wish the work done, and see you. 1 cannot ho responsi blo for contract? made with irrcaponaible pomona on thc strott, aimply hocauac they may bo in my cm] loy aa workmen. All goods, of any description, bought of me warranted to give fuit satisfaction. Also, all my job work, oitb-sr HOOFING, GUT? TERING, Flumbing, Repairing Stoves, Ac, guaranteed to bo dono with good ma? terial and by skillful mechanics. HENRY H. BLEASE, Store in E?rlich's Building, Main st. March 4 NEW BOOKS. OFFICIAL History of the Secret Sor vice. By Gen. L. C. Baker, late Pro? vost Marshal of the War Department and Chief ot National Police Announced a year ago, but suppressed by tho Govern? ment. Profusely illustrated. Subscription prico 15. Two New Books, by "Brick" Pomeroy, editor of tho LaCrosse (Wis.) Democrat. The First, "Sense," or Saturday Night MusingB ana Thoughtful Papers. The .Second, Nonsense, or Hita and Criti? cisms on Follies of tho Day. $1.5U each. Napoleon and Blucher. By L. M Uhlbach. On Both Sides of the Sea-A New Schoen? berg Cotta Family Book-A Sequel to Dreytons and Davenents. At DUFFIE & CHAPMAN'S Jan 24 Bookstore, Columbia, S. C. A Good Spring; Medicine for Horses. HEINIT3H'8 GERMAN HORSE POW? DERS, for Indigestion, Distemper, Hide-bound, Drowsineaa, Loaaof Appetite, Inward Sprains, Debility, Wasting of Flesh, Soro Eyes, Swelled Legs, Grease, Mange, Surfeit, Old Coughs, for Exhaus? tion from Work. It carries off all foul humors, purifies and cools the blood, and prevents lioraes becoming stiff and foun? dered. It is a stimulus for weak stomachs, and renders the limbs and skin soft and flue, giving a smooth coat to tho hair. These Powders have been uaod in Colum? bia for tho last twenty-five years, and hun? dreds of citizens attest their virtues. For sale only by FISHER & HEINIT8H, March 6 Druggists. What Makes Your Hair SO BEAUTIFUL? The Circassian Lustre. The Circassian Lnatre. The Circassian Lustre. ; It makes the hair soft, gloaay and luxu? riant; keens the scalp clean, cool and healthy. For sale at FISHER A HEINITSH'S Feb 27 Drng Storo. New Orleans Molasses. NF.W crop New Orleans MOLASSES, just received and for aale bv March 4 J. A T. lt. ?GNKW. Kerosene, Kerosene. 1 f \ P'PLS. first qnality KEROSENE, J.Vy for anio low, hy the barrel and ut retail, by J.* & T. R. At i N EW. March I THOS. P. WALKER, MAGISTRATE AND CORONER, OFFICE at the Auction and Coinmiasion Store of W. T. Wahi r, opposite the Market. Feb II Dr. Geo. Smith's Dental Laboratory, THE subscriber offers induce ????menta-in the war of GOOD WORK QrSWand LOW PRICES-to ono and all ! requiring his professional services. Give him a call. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed or no charge. Oflieo on Camden street, ueai ly opposite the Park. ' Nov 3 ly Corn and Oats. JCST receivod and for sale: soo bushels CORN, I 300 bushels SEED OATS. I Jan 21 PISH ER .V LOWRANCE. I Cutting Cheese. I OQ BOXES prime CHEESE, for retail 20 boxes English Dalry Cheese, for sah low by E. A G. D. HOPE. GREG3, PALMER & CO., BEOHSES. STOCKS, Bonds', Gold and E rehang bought alt.'. Hotd. Onice at GREGG ?J CO.'S. Jan 17 ?Vashing Machines and Clothes Wringers. CLOTHES WRINGERS and Washint Machines, constantly on hand, ?nd foi salo, by J. A T. lt. AGNEW. Don't Experiment WITH new and untried medicines. I you valuo your health, procuro th< well tested remedy for COUGHS, COLDS and p.fr??etions of th? "^roat, Breast ant Lung Diseases. Stanley's Cough Syrup will cure. Stanley's Cough Syrup baa been tried. Stanley's Cough Byran is for salo at FISHER A HKiNITSH-S Feb 27 Drug ??ore. FISHER & LOWRANCE. 3, COLUMBIA. S. C. Winter Clothing NOW IN STORE. R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD AHEAD AS USUAL ! SUITS FROM ?7.50 TO SOO? AFULL LINE OF SHIRTS, HOSIERY, UNDER GARMENT?. OLOTES. TIES, TRAVELING SHAWLS, BLANKETS, ETC. Nuw Stylo PAPER an?! LINEN COLLARS. A splendid line of FRENCH and ENG? LISH CASSIMERE. which will be niado to oider ir. tho LATEST STYLES and at LOW PRICES. E/erything that is new in tho way of IX A- T S N. B.-Our CLOTHING is nearly all y' OUR OWN MANUFACTURE. WALKER'S BLOCK, Sept 20_MAIN STREET. "The Queen of Medicine." AN ascription of praise moro worthy tho triomphe of art than gilded obeusk?, or monuments of stone, is tho voluntary tcstimouy of a grateful people. A thou sand hearts, and as many ready tongue?, yield a willing and a thankful tribute of praise to the merits of that incomparable panacea, HEINITSH'S QUEEN';? DELIGHT, These aro the living trophies: "Snatched from the carse disease b*e brought. To speak thc triumphs skill has wrought." In tho brief period of twelve months, ovor 3.000 cases have boen treated so suc? cessfully as to entitle it to he tho wendar of tho age. For debility, prostration, nervousness mental depression, impaired digestion, loss of apuetite, restli MU SM. want of vital force ano low spirits, it is more invigorat? ing anil strengthening than ail the com? pounds of bark or bitters. As a )iv?.r invigorator. it is of inestimable value. As u stimulant, it is safer and surer than *J1 tho rum and whiskey tonics of the dAy, and if you value your life and health i* flin's fee, avoid these quickening stirun atits to the grave and use tho Queen*? Delight. For salo bv FISHER 4 ri! IN ITS H, Jan 2!) Druggists'. " 'FURNITURE ! FD RUIT URE ? ? T 11 E u|,,1,rri'-,u'i!?SpfjaaMpi^< ul !?<... ps e-.ii.-i.Mith ..i > HCl hand an assortment ii:<\yw*HfJiTqqg 'T* FURNITURE, such as is- usually wanted in a house, consisting ol BED? STEADS, all kinds; Chair?. Table.-, Ward? robes, Bureaus, Washstands, Safes, Doaks, Ac Ile is also prepared to manufactura and repair anything In the Cabinet Unk? ing line. * JEROME FAGAN, Jan.S Opposite nfw Masonic Hail. Bacon Sides. 1 / \ IIHDS. prime Clear Ribbed si DES, IV / for sale bv E. A G. D. UuJ'li. Feb 2-S SEED i.ICE. rr r\ BUSHELS prime BEEB RI03, for OU salo bv E. A Q. D. Hi ?'..', Feb 21 NOTICE. A LL PERSONS INDEBTED - . tba i ? uiuiersijiiieit are particularly request? ed to come forward and settle up without delny, as indulgence hus ceased tobe * virtue. E. AO. D. MOPE. .Inn 14 CORSETS. AFEW pair of Mad. Demores, a eh - gan? ('tiing FRENCH CORSETS, st tho INDUSTRIAL DETOSlTOItY. Fob 23 JUST RECEIVED BRAKS THREAD SPRINGS, for Baker A Grover'? Family Machine. At the INDUSTRIAL DEPOSITORY". March 7 Choice Sugar-Cured Hams, AT 18 cents per ponnd. Call at Feb 7 J. A T. lt. AGNEW'S. WANTED. O AAA EMPTY SACKS. 0?\JKJ\J FISHER A lOWRANCR.