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GOLUM33Mv & C.
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Sunday Horning, October 16,1871.
Not OppontS to <icuulin\ X.'i?Kr?*2-Tile
From what we have had to Bay on.tho
subject of tho City Hall and new market
buildings, lot it not be inferred that we
are: disposed to obs tr not tho work of.
pnblio impro vernon ta in thia city; such
is far, very far, from tue case. OD the
contrary, we ore, and over have been, in?
accord, hearty accord, with the. spirit of
progress. We saw Colombia ns it stood
ia ashes. We have seen it, with emo?
tions of gratitude and' pleasure, spring
up into new life. We could not, there?
fore, possibly retard ttye wort of its pro?
per development. When the City
Gounoil undertakes to improve the city
by proper and legal steps and hy honest
methods, we shall be found ready to ap?
plaud its spirit and commend its ener?
gies. But when we find public works
made use of to advance private ends
when we find official trusta betrayed-it
becomes our doty to denounce such in?
vasions of tho public interests. ' (
AB respects the present new. market, it
is clear that the City Council had no
just grounds upon . whioh-to proceed.
Aa soph as it was kno wa that this work,
was contemplated, a protest signed, as
Alderman Wdll?ce says, by four-fifths of
the tax-payers of tho city, was presented
to Council, taking the ground that
another market was not needed. Yet,
observe tho action of the Council.
Alderman Wigg insists upon it that the
new market iu needed. Four-fifths of
the tax-paying citizens of Columbia say
toOounoil:.'.We " dp ? not want your
market." Alderman Wigg replies, that
he knows better. . A . majority of the
Oouhoil sustains him, and this work is
doorepd. - What waa tho meaning Of this?
Here come in now the under-oarrents, as
they haye .been suggested to us. The
I new-.market is located so. as to.enhanoe
the'.'Value!.of tho pioperty of Aldermen
Tayl?r; t?d/^?j^?rr^ ? rAldei'm?h\Smith
i and Simons become the contractors'to
?I build it. Alderman Taylor eupplie3 the
bricks'. Mayor Alexander does the iron
work, and\Alderrnan Wigg provides with
pr. Neagle, by a very peculiar bond
arrangement, the ways and means to
carry the job on. And all this for
$18,616-Aldermen Smith and Simons
being the only bidders-as it is alleged
that Mr. Allen's reported bid was a
hogus one. All this, we repeat, for
$18,616, when it is believed that $12,000
would be a fair prioo for the work. Now,
what' we have, to Bay is this: The new
market was unnecessary. But, admit?
ting it was called for, then it should
have boon located > elsewhere, and
arrangements made for its cheap nud
Now, with respect to the new City
Hall. We believe that ibo city of Co?
lombia needs a City Hall, and that tho
Council did right to decide to build one.
That they were authorized to do moro
than to build a City Hall and necessary
offloos for the city business, we doubt.
That the Connoil had any right to go to
Work' and provide for stores, a theatre,
&c, we do not acknowledge. And even
if the right does exist, we condemn the
policy. In our judgment, tho Oounoil
should have confined its work to the
building of a cheap but decent City
Hall. But, having decided upon an
expensive edifice, it was certainly, proper
to build it upon the beat terms possible.
Bat what does the Council, as a body,
permit. They all JW a ring to fasten
apon this work. Dr. Neagle, having
made his thousands on the State, now
turns upon theolty. Having, in connec?
tion with others, bled the State until no
more blood was to be drawn, he looks for
more blood, and hopes to get it from this
city. He wants to make $10,000 or
$15,000 at least out of this City Hall job.
So he calls in the willing Mr. Allen, and
others, and the ting is formed. Three
bids, all of them supposed to.be exorbi?
tant, are put in; but as Mr. Allen's woe
the only genuine bid, of coarse he gets
the work. And all of this for $188,000,
when it is believed that $75,000 oi
$80,000 wonld have been a fair price.
And Alderman Taylor supplies the bricks,
and thia man and that man takes tht
place marked -ont'in the programme.
With respect, then, to the City Hall and
the new market, the Council well see ol
what tho citizens complain. The ros?la
tiona of .Mayor Alexander do not tell the
Whole story. The pnblio wore indignant
at the Hoorot iaauo of bonds and the dis?
position made of thom ; but they are aise
indignant at many other feat ure- non
neot?d with the groaa mismanage,nci fc ol
the proposed 1 improvements. In tb?
water works, the new .oadrket iud the
City Hall, the Oouhoil has be? n vcr j
unfortunate. ? Now, to the aitkens w<
would say: 1V7ial,are you going to di
abQi&it? Will ! you quietly allow your
selves to be bled by Dr. Noaglo, Dr
Allen & Co.?
Blore Thorough, Organisation-The State
" Ajj?l ?in Vin ir? I ' si n?T- S?e? tx ? n 1 ci r So et c? jr ? - "
Ia Virginia, we observe that the ques?
tion of a more thorough agricultural
aud 'mechanical" organization ia, attract?
ing aiton tion, the Exeoutivo -Oom mit tee
having recently mot aud. adopted tho
following resolut io us: ft :-v
.' Resolved, That the sectional agricultu?
ral and meohanio societies of the State
be invited to send delegates to the an?
nual meeting of this society, to bo held
on Slat October, to ooueider and adopt
the wisest and most'ofl?cf?ut tnothod of
enlisting ' tho practical' oo-oporation of
these" societies,'TfncPllie"farmers and
meei) anica of tho Sta to, iu tho promo?
tion of tho true interests of agriculture
aod tho mechanic arts, through the in?
strumentality of a State organization.
Resolved, Whore, the annual meetings
of the sectional societies have already
been held, the Presidents thereof be re?
spectfully requested to appoint such
Resolved, That an invitation be hereby
cordially ex. anded to the Presidents of
all local agricultural aad mechanic sooio
ties, to attend our annual meeting, and
take part in the consultation above sug?
We regard this an admirable move,
and beg leave to commend these resolu?
tions to the Executive Committee of our
State Agricultural and Mechanical So?
ciety.' We have, in fact, already made
a similar suggestion. We have now in
South Carolina a number of County
Agricultural' and 'Mechanical Societies.
These' socio ties should be, we think,
linked with the State or central society.
The whole should be ^harmonized -so as
to.secure the thorough development and
full organization of our industrial inter?
ests. Thq Presidents of the County so?
cieties might be made ex ojjicio Vico
Presidenta of the State Society, and in
other respects nu accord might -be esta?
blished '"between the two.' We hope,
therefore, that our Executive Committee
will issue just Buoh a call as that which
the Virginia Committee' have '."made.
Next November, at tho Fair, let us.have
snob a representation as will enable the
State Agricultural and Mechanical 'Soci?
ety to plant itself upon an improved
basis. Lot the joint stock plan be con?
summated, and such measures adopted
as will secure a thorough industrial or?
ganization. This is oar great need.
- ? f ? > -
TUB FOREST FIBBS.-The overwhelm?
ing calamity in Chicago, and the de?
spatches which have been constantly
coming in, fraught with the latest intel?
ligence from that ill-fated city, have
withdrawn tho attention of the public
from the extraordinary ravageB of the
same flory element in Michigan, Minne?
sota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana and else?
where. Immense fires have been raging
iu the Western forests for the last two
weeks. It is said that in Wisconsin the
fires have had no parallel since the settle?
ment of the country. 2,00 ) square
miles aro reported to be swept by the
flames. ' In Michigan, it is stated that
Ave villages have been entirely and two
partially destroyed. All that portion of
tho State East of Saginaw Bay, and
North of a point forty miles above Port
Huron, has boon burnt over and num?
bers of persons have perished. Scarcely
a County in tho State but has suffered
more or less. The damage to the pine
lands is incalculable. There was a light
rain on Wednesday, which seemed to
have checked the progress of the fires
through tho State. The fires havo
burned fiercely in tho immense woods
in some portions of Minnesota. Wood
and prairie fires, as published in our
latest despatches, are also reported to
be raging along tho lino of the Louis?
ville, New Albauy and Chicago Railroad,
between New Albany, Ind., aud La
Fayette, on the North Ead Road, de?
stroying miles of fences, hay, grain in
stack, corn iu tho field, houses, barns
and cattle pens. There had been a loug
and protracted drought in tho West,
and the flames went over the |||?>Qtr.v as
if it were tinder. It is feared that the
losses will prove enormous.
THE FENIANS ON TUB WAU PATH AGAIN.
Tho Canadians have again been thrown
into excitement by another demonstra?
tion by tho Fenians in the direction of
Manitoba. Despatches from Ottawa,
Canada, state that oue body, under
General O'Donohuo, on Monday last,
invaded the province of Pembiua and
captured the Canadian om tom house and
tho Hudson's Bay post at that plaoe.
They were attaoked and drivon out,
however, soon after, by United Slates
troops, and tho famous General O'Neill,
who was with them, was ouptured, toge?
ther with 2,000 stand of arms. The
main body of the Fenian "army," tho
strength of which is not stated, is said to
have crossed the border of St. Joe,
Minnesota. The United States troops
are pursuing them, aud the citizens of
the provinces are rapidly preparing to
moot the invadem.
COCHISB BURIES TUB TOMAHAWK.-A
despatoh from Fort Graig, New Mexico,
received in Washington, yesterday, ?aya
that Goohiee, the celebrated Indian
warrior, has come into oamp with thirty
of his braves and their families, and
pledges himself to keep the peace and
help curb the roving Apaches. .
Wtimt Wc Hav? Como To.
"Did wo consul tThe doaires ?qd feelings
of Messrs. A uara m and Boy kin, in what
we aro about to say, wo would probably
wA mention the ci roo mata noes, ((?hoy
objeotiug to publicity,) but whon: we
OQUsider what harni may arise from a
silence "uppn - the subject, wo feel con?
strained to give the case the greatest
publicity that we possibly oan. If cer?
tain gentlemen are mentioned, we' oravo
their i nd ul goo ce; wo do so because if we
make any mis-statement, or perversion
of facts, they may correct them.
On Wednesday afternoon, at i .o'clock,
Messrs. Ancrum and - Boykin, attended
.by Messrs. Pope and .Kershaw,, their
counsel, appeared, before. Commissioner
Boozer, nt the State House, in Columbio,
in obedience to the warrant under which
they were arrested a fortnight ago. One
Worthington represented tho United
States. Frank Goss and Mendel Smith
and Aaron Weinberg, three ot his wit?
nesses-the third, HUSH, being sick nnd
Qoas was sworn (not upou thu Bible,
because in that he does not believu,) and
stated, in substance, as follows: That he
is, and was, ou July 12, 1871, United
States Deputy Collector of Internai
Revenue, and Assistant Assessor of tho
samo; that on July 12 tho defendants
came to bis store and inquired for shoes,
number 3}4, and he told them ho had
none; that they asked him if he had nuy
lager beer, and, being answered iu tho
affirmative, they went to the rear of bis
storo to get it, and iuto a little room
where the beer was, and where he re?
ceived the revenue taxes; that after
drinking, they asked for some tobucco,
and, being shown a sample, said thoy
desired to purchase the entire box, which
he declined to soli; that boforo going to
drink, they asked him if he continued to
collect taxes, to which he assented; that
they told him they hud not come ou that
business; that tuoy repeatedly usked
him if he hud not given out cartridges
to tho militia on the -1th of July; thut he
told them he did not desire any political
talk in his store, and t bat he had had
nothing to do with cart ridges,or militia;
that they both cursed him for a d-u
liar'and Radica!, told him that he und
all tho other whito Radicals would havo
to leave the country, and struck him
with their cines, causing tho blood to
spout considerably. He admitted that
nothing of an official character passed
between him and them on that day.
Mendel. Smith sworn, said that ho
went into Goss* store, where met de?
fendants. Haas and Guss; that defend?
ants asked him to take a glass of beer,
which he did; that this was at the rear
of the store; that soon afterwards, Mr.
Ancrum asked Goss if he had not issued
cartridges to the militia on July 4; that
ho did not hoar the reply, nor any of the
cursing which Goss attributed to Messrs.
Ancrum and Boykin, and that tha> strik?
ing was done in the front of the store by
Mr. Ancrum alono.
Aaron Weinberg was sworn, aud said
that hs went into the storo to seo Mr.
Huas, and' was invited by Mr. Ancrum
to take a glass of beer, which he de?
clined; that Mr. Ancrum asked Goss
twice to join them, und he declined, but
finally said; "I will take a glass with my
friend, Mr. Aucrunv," that Mr. Ancrum
said, "No, sir; it's Mr. Ancrum drinking
with Goss;" that Goss roplied, it's Mr.
Ancrum driuking with Mr. Goss, but
anyway you please," and walked towards
the front of his store; that Mr. Ancrum
followed him up and said, "you d-u
Radical -, don't you ever call me
your friend," and Btruck him on the
back with a small cane, following it up
with oue on tho bend; that Mr. Boykin
did uot strike or attempt to strike Goss.
Goss was then asked if ho had not re?
ceived somo notice to leave, but thu
Commissioner ruled it out, because the
notice would speak for itself, but it was
Mr. Brown Manning was then sworn
for tho defence, und suid that just before
going to Goss, he and the defendants
hud boen looking ull over Camden for u
certain kind of shoe, and they left him,
saying that they were going to Goss', ns
they heard he had tho shoes, and also
somo beor, which Mr. Aucrum said ho
wanted, as ho drank nothing stronger.
John Kershaw, Esq., was then sworn,
and said that in May lust ho hud paid to
Mr. Joseph Galluchat, as Deputy Col?
lector of Internal Revenue, certain lux
money; that iu July or August last, ho
had dono likewise to Alfred T. Beete,
also Deputy Collector, iu tho store of
Goss, in the little room-above referred
I to, and thut now Mr. J. P. Sutherland
j waa Deputy Collector.
Tho Commissioner refused to examine
tho defendants, because Worthiugtou
stated that Judge Boud had refused to
do so in a cerLaiu case in Charleston.
A warrant of arrest taken out by GOKS
beforo J. F. Sutherland, Trial Justice
for Kershaw County, on July 13, (tho
day after the offeuce was committed,) for
uBsault and battery, was put in evidence.
The date of the United States warrant
was September 13. The charge was
conspiracy against an officer of the
Arguments were then heard, and in
about live minutes the defendants were
bound over to appear at tho Uuitod
States Circuit Court, boforo Judge Bond,
in November next, at Columbia. Bonds?
men were on baud, and tho bail-$2,000
eaoh-was promptly given.
It will be seen that both Smith mid
Weinberg say that Mr. Boykin did no?
thing, and the warrant taken out by
Goss on July 13 shows how be regarded
the offence at that time. Mr. Boykin
not noting in concert with Mr. Anorum,
where is the conspiracy? Smith and
Weinberg are disinterested witnesses.
Goss is tho prejudiced prosecutor. An?
crum and Boykin wore not permitted to
give thoir testimony. Take it upon the
showing made by Goss, and whero the
oouspiraoy against an officer of the
The conduot of Boozer, the Commis?
sioner, who is also Clerk of the Supremo
Court, shows that he ie a mere tool in
tho bands of Worthington and that class
of men who aire now endeavoring'to have
Marshal Johnson removed and H?ge
substituted. He was afraid that his of
Qoial head would fall if he did otherwise)
than he bas done. We. ooald go on to
great length, but proferto have the mat?
ter go before the world just as it is.
I Camden Journal.
A SENATORIAL FALSEHOOD.-While in
Columbia, last week, we wore told, by a
Republican in high official posilicu, that
Senator Scott, on his return to that oily
from his Ku Klux investigating tour,
stated that Mr. D. ' C. Gist, could not bc
found while tho committee were sitting
iu Union, consequeutly a summons could
not bo served upon him until tho com?
mittee had closed its sessiou aud were
about to leave tho town. If Seuntor
Scott, or auy other person did report
that, aud wo have reason to believe he
did, ho reported u wilful, baso and un?
blushing falsehood. Mr. Gist lives about
seven milos from town, and although his
wifo was lyiug dangerously ill, he came
into the village on tho morning of each
day that the committee wore hero, walked
tho streets openly aud uloue, as other
persons did, on purpose to bo ready to
obey tho summons of tho committee if
it was served upon him. Wo t>ay this
upon our own responsibility, for wo saw
him often during tho time, und eau pro- I
duco tho testimony of hundreds of good
men, of both partios, to corroborate tho
statement. Between ll and 12 o'clock,
on tho night before tho committee left,
ns Mr. Gist was loaviug thc Masonic
Lodgo room, the Sergeant-at-Armn of
tho United States Senate notified him
to meet the committee iu Colombia tho
Mr. Gist went to tho cars tho next
morning and told the committee that he
had beuu in town during their investiga?
tion here, ready nod willing to testify,
but thu condition of his wifu would not
allow him to leave her at thut lime, ile
used no profano or defiant language to
them, as Senator Scott reported in Co?
lumbia. That he rodeiuto town in com?
pany with Homo friends, ou thc morning
tho committee loft, is true, but neither
he uor his friends had fire arms of any
kind, nor was he defiant iu word or
aotiou, and Scott's report on this poiut
is equally as false us tho report that ho
could uot bo found. But there is itu
other fact connected with this which, we
think, puts tho conduct of tho commit?
tee iu a very-disgraceful light. A mem?
ber of tho Republican party, here, who
was supposed to bo in the confidence of
the Republican members of thu commit?
tee, advised Mr. Gist not to go to Co?
lumbia, as ho heard those members say
they did not waut his testimony, but
wished to get him in Columbia, where ho
could not get bail ufter he was arrested.
Tho whole offending of Mr. D. 0. Gist,
against tho dignity of tho Kn Klux
Committee, "hath this extent-no
more;" but when a man, holdingtho po?
sition of United States Senator, stoops
so low in party infamy, and sn disgraces
thc Stato he pretends to represent, us to
tell a downright falsehood against a pri
vato citizen for tho purpose of making
party capital, and to prejudice tho peo?
ple and the Government against citizeus
of ceriaiu sections of thc couutry, wc
thiuk it is lime for tho people lo take the
matter iu baud and put down the party
that would support and encourage such
disgraceful conduct. - Union Times.
AHR WE IN WAH OR PEAOI:?- Informa?
tion reaches ns that a squad of United
States soldiers, nuder command of n
Deputy Uuited States Mumbai, went to
the residence of J. Banks Lylos, one
morning lust week, to arrest him. Capt.
Ly les was not ut horne, and the soldiers
broke tlowu doors iiud behaved iu a very
uumauly manner. They rode their
horses iuto the front yard, took corn
from Capt. Liles' crib uud fed thoir
animals there. Capt. L. is priucipid of
a largo mule academy, aud when Lhe
squad arrived, thu breakfast for tho
st udents was cither on tho table or ready
to be put there. This tho soldiers took
forcible possession of uud ute it up. If
this report is true, wo thiuk it tho great?
est outrage perpetrated upon auy ouo
individual in this State, since Sherniiiu's
bummers left. Such conduct is allowed
iii times of war, bntcnunot bo tolerated
iu timo of profound peuce.
Tho recout arrests iu Spartanbnrg
havo been accomplished too peaceably
aud quietly for thu Radicals iu this State.
The leaders aro disappointed and cha?
grined at finding that our pcoplo aro
ready aud willing to submit peaceably to
tho Federal authority. They hoped tu
hud resistance to that authority iu South
Carolina, and iu that way bolster up the
infamous lies they have i.ssuod against
us. They, however, ure determined to
do something thut humanity cannot sub?
mit to, in order to force a resistauoe,
even though it comos from women and
ahildren, so that they may howl it into
willing ears, as corroboration of their
devilish lies. - Union Times.
SAD CASE OF DROWSING.-We aro in?
formed by a gentleman conversant with
\ tho circumstances, that two brothers,
named respectively Wince Nance and
Everett Nance, both young married men,
left homo on the 30th ultimo, in a small
battoau, for the purpose, as they stated
previous to startiug, of going to Capt.
Willis' fishery, about five miles from
Littlo River village. South Carolina,
where they resided, but before reaching
their destination tho boat was capsized
and both tho young mon wore drowned.
Tho bodies of the unfortunate mon were
discovered and taken to Now River vil?
lage, where an inquest was held over
thom.- Wilmington Star.
HOMICIDE NEAR KINQSTHBE, S. C.-On
Wednesday, 11th inst., Thomas McCot
tery, colored, living near Kiugstree, S.
O,, attempted to ohastise his daughter,
while having a loaded gun in bia band,
and during the souille, tho gun was
I discharged, and the contenta lodged in
j her person, causing immediate death.
PHONIXIANA.-The pri?e of single
copies of the PHOENIX is five cents.
Mr. E. Hopo is a, grocer of the old
soho ol, and keeps just; such a stock BB
housekeepers and consumera generally
require. His stock in large, and ranges
from heavy art idea to canned fruits, fish
and vegetables, oraokers, etc. Among
the latest additions to his stock are
canned nsparagUB and American dog?
fish-an improvement on sardines, in
flavor as well os'price.
The PFIONIX office is supplied with all
necessary material for as handsome cards,
bill heads, posters, pamphlets, hand-bills,
circulars, and other printing that maybe
desired, as any office in the South. Give
us a call and test our work.
Tho following was the range of the
thermometer at tho Pollock HOUBO yes?
terday: 7 A. M., 58; 12 M., 69; 2 P. M.,
72; 7 P. M., 71.
Tho Triennial Episcopal Convention
continues its sessions at Baltimore. We
expect to give a condensed acoonnt of its
Many ladies have ruined the shape of
their ears by wearing heavy, massive ear?
rings, that not only spoil tho shape of
the ear by elongating it, but also pro?
duce headache and pains in tho face.
If Minali girls aro waifs, aro large ones
wuifors? "Certainly," says sweet six?
teen; "at least, (the boys havo the'habit
of applying thom to their lips in sealing
Beware of any undertaking which ie
announced with a flourish of trumpets.
The instruments on whioU tho subse?
quent pcrformauces will take place ure
too often puuny whistles.
Every heart bas its secret sorrow,
which tho world knows not: and often'
times wo call a man cold whou he is onlj
Muns. Berger (whoso card appears ir
another column) announces the re-open
ing of his Terpsichorean academy ii]
Temperance Hall. Tho professor is ai
old teacher, having followed the profes
sion in Charleston for fully thirty years
The young danseuse "Sissy," referred t<
by the correspondent of the Obarlestoi
N'?tes, was formerly a pupil of Prof-* B.
and has since acquired considerable of i
reputation in Paris."
Mr. Wylie Jennings has presented ui
with a beet, grown upon his premises
which weighed nine pounds and thirteen
ounces. Who can beat thia beet? It i
on exhibition at the PHOENIX office.
Considerable interest was manifested
yesterday, over the single number draw
iug by tho "Charleston Charitable Asso
eiation." Tho whole thing was done ii
public, aud all the prizes advertisei
were drawn, but we came across but fev
lucky mortals who were heavy winners.
A friend informs us tbat be had a Biol
hog in his back lot, said animal beiuj
affiicted with a tape-worm badly; and ai
experiment for tho sake of scientific
knowledge was progressing; but alas
the hog was spirited away, Friday night
about half-past 0 o'clock. The quer;
now is, who will have tape-worm? Wo'l
Ono of our popular grocers had
rough joke played upon him, Frida;
night. He was on a jury, which it wa
expected would remain out late. Som
sharp individual, aware of the slate o
the case, went to the storo and informe,
the brother of the proprietor that as th
jury would bo out all night, be desirei
something to cat, as well as a gentle sli
roulant. A basket full of nick-nacks wn
furnished, but the juror has not yet rt
ceived tho contents, nor can ho surmis
who the practical joker (or thief) can bi
Dr. E. E. Jackson is famous for novel
tics. Ho now has a twistificatod or glas
ornament, which passes a rod fluid ii]
aud down at tho samo time. By-th<
way, the doctor also 'has an improve
mont in the way of "cachou aromatise
-tho box being so arranged that onl
ono or two will drop at a time.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAT.-Ti
nity Church-Rov. P. J. Sband, D. D
Rector, 1Q}? A. M. and 5 P. M.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. Francis Ji
quemet, 1st Mass, 7 A. M. ; 2d Mast
lOy.j. Afternoon Service ? P. M.
Lutheran Church-Rev. A. R. Rudi
10% A. M.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. Lt. Reynold]
10}4 A. M.
Marion Street Churoh-Rov. D. De
rick. 10)<i A. M. ; Rev. W. W. Mood, 1)
Washington Street Cburoh-Rev. 1
Talley, 10)? A. M. ; Rev. W. W. Mood,
Presbyterian Church-Rev. Jos. ]
Wilson, 10>? A._M. and 1% P. M.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The Northei
mail opens at 3.00 P. M.; oloaes 7.1
A. M. Charleston day mail opens 4.(
P. M.; closes 6.00 A. M. Oharlestc
night mail opens 6.80 A. M.; closes 6. (
P. M. Greenville mail opens 6.45 1
M. ; closes 6.00 A. M. Western me
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H OT Eli ABIUVAIIB, October 14.
Columbia ~mM-Vr~7&r~C?Ee?7XT???? ;
H. W. Dixon. Biohland;<: W. ) B.: Smith,
OharleetoD ; E. H. Clark, Philadelphia ;
J. P. Newbold,' Petroleum Gityp Jl W.
Liawnon nod lady, Danville; J. H. Yan
Trsael, H; Biggs, W. T. M?Miahuel, W.
Baxter, A. B. Connor, Orahgoburg; J.
W. O'Brien, L. E. Johnson;'^TJBur
doll, wife, two children and nurse; W.
H. Evans, E. T. Brown, Charleston; W.
Li. Moore, B. F. Bar th olow, Baltimore;
H. M. Olork, P. G. Haoghtnliiig, N: Y. ;
F. S. Boberts, Ga. ; O. B. Farmer;-?Wal
terboro; J. S. Perrin, Abbeville; Yv J.
Pope, Newberry. rr:.
Niclcerson Souse-W. J. Magrath, J.
H. Sohrinner, Jr., Charlotte; W.: G.
Stone, N. O.; W. G. Benet, Cokesbory;
J. B. Chatham, HeleDo; F. D. Bash.
Greenwood; M. L. Filley, N. Y.; James
Drusbury, A. P. Pifer, 8. G.; 8. P. Ha
LIST OP NSW ADVBBTISBUENTS.
W. D. Love & Co.-Popular Goods.
Daucing School at Temperance .Hall.
Extra Convocation Columbia Chapter.
G. & C. B. R.-Abbe vii lo Ag. Society.
Childs & Wiley-Cheviot Shirts.
R. C. Shiver & Co.-Salesmen Wanted
Cliu.rle?ton Charitable Association tor |
the Benefit of thc Free School Fund.
Official rallied numbers and awards of
the first grand single number raffle of the
Charleston Charitable Assoolatiou"for
tho benefit of the Free School Fund,
raffled at Columbia, S. C., this 14th day
of October, 1871, uoder the: superin?
tendence of the Commissioner and'the
Mayor of the city:
.1808. $10; 7390, 10; 4880,5; 5412, 50;
9772, 25; 938, 500; 59, 5; 4215, 5; 2308,
10; 1231, 5; 621, 50; .9197, 10; 5510, 10;
4689, 10; 5175, 25; 7515, 5; 47, 10;1173,
10; 8739, 20; 5023, 10; 6771,25; 9795. 20;
8661, 5; 4429, 5; 135. 10; 7?22. 10; 9020,
5; 5259, 10; 9502, I'OO; 8887, 5; 6873-5;
4761, 10; 5070, 20; 10. 10; 2579,10; 1358,
20; 7960, 10;.2991, 5; 8743,10; 7939, 5;
8508, 5; 90Q7. 5: 5881, 5; 342, 5; 639?, 10;
4741. 10; 8695, 5;'338, 10; 1992. 5; 9609,
5; 8893, 10; 8071, IQ; 5501, 10; 4745, 5;.
8913, 5; 537, 5; 151, 5i.9481"5; 5918,10;
4447, 10 ; 3147, 50; 6Q?3'. 1Q? 994-0, . 20;
933, 5; 8637? 6;; ?22.9, 50; 2851,, 2500;
3129.' 10; ,3955.: 5; 5110,' 10;,7815; 5;
2140, 5; 1214,20; 9334, 200; 225, 5; 3527,
5; 1014, 50; 6557, ,10; 2992. 5 ; 4052, 5;
6735, 5; 1813, 5; 4804, 50: 5523, 5;.1302,
10; 8550, 10 ; 8919, 10; 3859, 5;. 4964, 6;
3900, 5; 5628, 5; 9929, 10; 213, 5; 81, 20;
8792. 10; 6157, 10; .5110, 20; 8312, 10;
4753, 500; 8243, 25; 2746, 5j-1728, 100;
4042,10; 2942, 10; .9238, 1000; 5525, 5;
5104, 20;, 9073,5; J05. 20; 6156-, 5;. 2515,
10; 4813;: 5; 4262, 20; 7088, 200;;8600,
10; 1935, 10; 2987, 5; 6920, ,8347,
10; 6394,25; 2372, 20; 7118,5;.9981,20;
9407, 5; .1055, 25; 4255. 20; ?705; 10;
4892, . 20; 7696, 5; . 5889, 10; 607, 10;
1981, 10; 3373. 10; 8199, 5; 3625, 20;
3724, 10; 5774, 10; 316, 20; 6107? 6;
6619, 5; 7304', 10; 4172, 10; 6864, 5;
5167, 5; 1925,20; 9655.5; 9077, 20; 542,
5; 6088. 5; 4817, 5; 2426, 10; 3126,10;
4375, 10; 1888. 50; 7407, 10; 5. 5; 8891,
5; 452, 10; 7562, 10; 1230, 10; 8782 6;
5943. 5; 2131, 5; 5979, 5; 288. 10; 7790,
20; 925, 250; 862, 10; 9789, 5; 9274, 5;
6965, 10; 2738, 25; 8196, 5; 8314. 20;
6259, 5; 3940, 100; 5499, 20; 1642, 5;
187, 5; 4803, 5; 2051, 2000; 5925. 5;
5439, 6; 8006, 5; 4632, 5; 4478. 20; 5460,
5; 610, 5; 6206; 5; 1969, 5; 6058, 10;
4693, 5; 5903, 5; 8926, 10; 4601.-5;.9346,
20; 459, 5; 9292, 5; 4154," 5; 1232, 6; 6589,
10; 9740. 10; 8660, 5; 6187, 5; 6350, 5;
8275, 10; 3767, 5; 6847, 5; 5033. 10; 5876,
10; 86. 5; 5793, 20; 4701, 5; 3818, 5;5207,
5; 6967, 25; 5008, 10; 4025, 10; 8166, 5;
1420, 20; 2078, 20; 6492, 5; 6777, 5;7046,
20; 1313, 20; 5307, 25; 5146, 25; 4733, 5;
2805, 20; 1875, 20; 5533, 51,2511, 5; 7494,
25; 7370, 25; 2726, 5; 3144,100; 7951.10;
861, 5; 4747, 20; 9543, 5 ; 2682, 5; 8324,
5; 4581, 5; 1113. 5; 837, 5; 7473,10; 2831,
50; 401, 10; 1527, 5; 242, 5; 691, 20; 6181,
10; 9675, 250; 7512. 10; 677, 10; 7051, 5;
3053, 5; 6815, 5; 2006, 20; 7642, 10;7T27,
5; 3703, 10; 8996, 5; 9931, 5; 8219, 20;
1096, 5; 4899, 5; 4983, 5; 1811, 5; 8667, 5;
.1553, 5; 2U09, 10; 1342,10; 8046, 5; 6078,
25; 1736, 25; 1094, 10; 5272, 5 ; 744, 5;
9575, 20; 4909, 5; 6215, 500; 3551, 5;
5581, 20; 4406, 5; 1921, 10; 10, 10;
7256. 5; 2959, 20; 3C38, 20; 3305, 20;
533, 5; 6239, 5; 9597, 5; 9608.. 6; 9370,
10000; 1090, 5; 612, 5; 2740. 5 ; 8168, 5;
9815, 20; 6266, 10; 1831, 5; 2174, 5;
6576, 200; 4, 10; 2763, 5; 809, 5; 1137, 6;
6143, 25; 5279. 5; 3078, 5; 82,34, 5; 3446,
10; 1611, 5;70S, 10;7919, 5;2238.5;2421,
25; 1848, 10; 5655. 5; 2501, 5; 5185. 10;
13891. 5; 1422, 5; 7013, 5; 9416, 5; 8179,
110; 5589, 6; 3853, 6; 9400, 5;> 4179, 5;
13840, 20; 6988, 20; 8063, 5; 4524; 5;
1027. 5; 7626, 25; 1279, 5; 702, 5; 3563,
5; 3286, 5; 4388, 5 ; 7287, ?0; 6170, 5;
8670, 5; 13, 50; 3674, 6; 9253, 5; 3051, 5;
139, 10; 7063, 5; 3511, 5; 3093, 20; 4106,
10; 4617, 25; 1051, 20; 5402, 250 ; 6235,
5; 9623, 5; 4651, 5; 7549, 20; 6638,,20;
3332, 5; 3058. 10; 6057, 5; 8860, 5;
3736, 5; 8833, 10; 1106, 5; 8372, 5; 2199,
5; 6590, 10; 1745, 20; 8505, 5; 9726, 5;
4995, 5; 5152. 250; 7853. 20: 8564.5; 328,
25; 4577. 200; 492. 5; 7831, 6;'4216, 5;
267, 5; 6618, 5; 8632,100; 1375, 20; 3476,
5; 1318, 5; 2887,5; 1097, 5; 5035,. 10;
9590. 5; 7368, 5; 6949,10; 4315, 50; 8592,
10; 6980, 25. '
We do hereby certify that the above
aro the raffled numbers and awards
thereto as raffled, this,'14th day of Octo?
ber, 1871, at Colombia, South Carolina,
OB witness our bandB.
[ . FENN PECK,
Ooui mission er.
Mayor of Columbia, S. G.
Km LED IN AjSlLVEH M IN E.-S. P. B.
Ulhorn, formerly of Baltimore, son of
Bev. Mr. Ulhorn, waa killed, on the 3d
inst., by falling down the shaft of the
Alhambra silver mine, on Sherman
Mountain, Georgetown, Colorado. The
shaft was over 150 feet, deep, and Mr.
Ulhorn's body was fonnd at the bottom
much mutilated by the fal), with life ex