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BY JULIAN A. SELBY. < - COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY MOTIN IN G, JUNE 28. 1866~ VOLUME i I-NO . -SfT *
^^piJAIIrD DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY.
KVEBT WEDNESDAY MORNING.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
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Another Patriotic SpceeH.
We published, a few days ago, the
speech of Mr. Harris, of Maryland,
delivered iu Congress, as being one
of remarkable power and vigor. We
now subjoin some extracts from a
speech delivered by R. W. Hanna,
(a partner at law of the Hon. D. W.
? Voorhees.) at Louisville, Kentucky.
Mr. Hanna is a Senator, from the
Terre Haute District, in the Legisla?
ture of Indiana. This speech, in con?
nection with utterances from other
publie men of the great North-west,
gives us bope that justice will yet be
meted out to the Southern States.
Mr. Hanna says that the issne at this
time ia "between a pure and noble
Caucasian destiny and the blighted,
withered and ruined condition that
must follow a violation of the stern
and immutable laws of onr nature.''
Mr. Hanna then goes on to say:
"The President of the United
States so understands it, andi believe
he is right. He has taken his stand
has taken his stand upon the Consti?
tution, and all the combined powers
of fanaticism and hell cannot drive
bim from it. [Here the wildest en?
thusiasm prevailed throughout the
whole of the vast audience. ]
"This very hour, with grip of iron,
he han ga to the lacerated and bleed?
ing throat of the Puritan Apojlyon."
Mr. Hanna then reviews the course
of the radicals, and their efforts to
thwart the policy of President John?
son, by usurping powers never given
to Congress, turning out of legally
elected members from their seats-'
their outrages of the Constitution
their measures for the degradation
and humiliation of the South, and
the degeneracy of that body since
the days of Madison, Randolph,
Webster and Clay; and then pro?
"We have been in the midst ol
Sloom and horrors. The last six yean
ave been an almost unbroken season
of depression and despair. The face
of the land has been so covered with
the deep waters of trouble, that there
has scarcely been so much as an Ara?
rat, where the fainting bird of hopt
could rest his weary wing. But, aftei
all this, the radicals are not yet satis?
fied. They say they must have mon
blood-that th eic must be more de
struction, more widows, more or
ghana, and more heart-burnings.
They cannot be satisfied. Aggressioi
is their motto, revolution their pur
pose; and it is now for the people t<
say how far they shall succeed. The-j
can be overthrown, and I believe anc
trust iu God they will \HJ." (Grea
Mr. Hanna then reviews the hiato
, ry of the Republican party since Lin
coin's election. He pays a high com
pliment to Virginia for her efforts ti
restore harmony, and is severe upoi
the radicals for their obstinate refusa
and rejection of every measure oon
ducive to that end. He then quote
the rea???k? ot Senator Douglas upoi
the compromise recommended by th
"Committee of Thirteen," of whicl
Mr. Davis and Senator Toomba wer
members. On that occasion, Mi
"I believe this to be a fair an
amicable adjustment. If vou of th
Republican side are not willing to at
eept this, nor the proposition of th
Senator from Kentucky, pray tell m
what you are willing to do? I ad
dress this inquiry to the Republicar
alone for the reason that, in the Con
mittee of Thirteen, a few days agc
every member from the South, a
eluding Messrs. Toomba and Davii
expressed their willingness to accept
the proposition of my venerable
friend from Kentucky (Mr. Critten?
den) as a final settlement of the con?
troversy, if tendered and sustained
by the Republican members. Hence
the sole responsibility of our disa?
greement, and the only difficulty in
ute way of an amicable adjustment is
with the Republican party." [Cheers.]
Mr. Hanna then said:
"Ah, Mr, Chairman, the past is
a terrible and inexorable tribunal.
Its judgments are conclusive and
final-its records live forever, and
cannot be changed. Let the Ste
venses, the Sumners and the
Chandlers go there and try their case
by that tribunal if they dare. They
were offered compromise upon com?
promise, but they preferred disrup?
tion and vengeance, the hand bear?
ing the beautiful olive branch of
peace was stretched forth to them in
Christian faith; but, maddened with
jealousy and thirsting for revenge,
they chose the miseries of war and
the sorrows of death. History makes
convicts of them all. They have sa?
crificed more than a million of valua?
ble lives upon the bloody altars "of
the Moloch they have worshipped.
The manes of their victims come
forth from the tombs of more than
a thousand battle-fields and testify
against them ; the blood which cries
from the ground of Gettysburg and
Chickamauga, of Fredericksburg and
Murfreesboro, condemns them; the
bones which sleep by the waters of
the Mississippi, and where the Rap
Sahannock murmurs her melancholy
irge as she sweeps along by the
sunken graves of Chancellorsville,
rise up in judgment against them.
Wretched despoilers, who have done
so much crime in the name of liberty
and Christianity-who have been
willing to see the nation scourged
with sword of ?ame and hoof of
fire-who have rejoiced, in their
.wicked orgies, to. see her rivers run
red and thick with fraternal blood
who have plotted the ruin of more
than twenty-five millions of their own
race, to raise to an unnatural eleva?
tion four or five millions of negroes
who would have sundered every tie.
burned the last house, and beggared
every child in the land, to do, under
the guise of war, what they knew
they could never accomplish inside
the Constitution of our fathers! Ac?
cursed scoffers and raving infidels,
who would have leveled Calvary it?
self for a place to celebrate their im
\ pious and drunken feasts! Let them
talk no more of liberty, no more of
j Christianity; for their liberty and
their Christianity will forever be a
j hissing and a mockery where virtue
prevails and truth resides! [Great
I applause.] Who would nothave pre?
ferred any honorable compromise to
the blasting and consuming war from
which wo have just emerged? An?
swer me, Pennsylvania and Virginia,
Indiana and Mississippi, Ohio and
Kentucky-answer mo, sisters and
wives of the slain in battle-fathers
and mothers whoso parting with the
last beardless boy has so prematurely
ripened the bloom of eternity upon
your sunken and throbbing temples
which would you prefer, could you
roll back tho tide of time and make
the choice again? Tho answer leaps
from every heart and bursts from
every lip. I would not sacrifice one
such noble spirit as McPherson's, or
one such brilliant and intrepid soldier
as Stonewall Jackson, for Thaddeus
Stevens, Charles Sumner, Henry Wil?
son, Zachariah Chandler, and all th?
hell-brood of tho vicious fanatics,
bigots and traitors they represent to?
day." [Tremendous and long con?
Mr. Hanna then traces to the dooi
of Puritanic New England the au?
thorship of nullification and seces?
sion. On this point, we think he ii
peculiarly happy. Ho says:
"Nullification was born on the verj
soil of tho same New England State*
whose pulpits uro now so prolific o:
anathemas against secessionists, ant
whose men and women daily suppli
cate Almighty God for tho sweei
privilege of washing their hands ir
the blood of Jefferson Davis. [Voices
"That's so, that's so," and cheers.
The history of the country bears un
out in this statement, and no mai
cnn successfully deny it. Let us turi
over a few pages and see how it is.
"I hold in my hand the addresi
published by the famous conveutioi
at Hartford, Connecticut, on the loti
day of January, 1815. Massachu
setts, New Hampshire, Connecticut
Rhode Island and Vermont were al
represented in that convention
Among thc names of those who rep
resented Massachusetts, I seo th
name of one Samuel Sumner, wh<
most likely at the same time trans
mitted his namo and his treason t
Charles Sumner, tho present Senato
of that State. [Laughter and a?
plauso.] But that was doubtless be
fore the Sumner family had resolve
to 'make treason odious.' [Orea
laughter.] If yon -will indulge me,
air, I will read a single extract from
" 'Events may prove that the causes
of our calamities are deep and per?
manent. They may be found to pro?
ceed not merely from the blindness of
prejudice, pride of opinion, violence
of party spirit, or the confusion of
the times, but they may be traced to
implacable combinations of individu?
als, or to States, to monopolize power
and office, and to trample without
remorse upon the rights and interests
Of commercial sections of the Union.
Whenever it shall appear that these
causes are radical and permanent, a
separation by equitable arrangement
will be preferable to an alliance by
constraint, among nominal friends
but real enemies, inflamed by mutual
hatred and jealousy, and inviting, |
by intestine divisions, contempt and j
aggressions from abroad. '
"Here, sir, the right of a State to j
secede from the Federal Union was
promulgated in New England os much j
as fifty years ago. "
As to the position taken by the j
Southern States, in connection with j
that of New England in nullifying j
the fugitive slave law, he says, with j
great point and force:
"A portion of tho Southern States, j
it is true, did put aside the Constitu- j
tion, and set at naught tho powers of j
the Federal Government. Now, New j
England says in doing this they com- i
i nutted a crime which can only be ex- ]
piated by the hetacombs of a thou-1
sand victims, sacrificed upon a thou-1
! sand smoking altars! How many ?
j victims does she bring to the same
altars, to be offered up by thc same
priests, in atonement for the same
crimes? [ApplauseJ How many
does she bring, sir? We want to hear
no more lectures from that quarter
about constitutional obedience so
long as Charles Sumner lives to
spread the toils of their patent mis?
chief; no more of turpitude and gib?
bets, while they themselves make a
mockery of civilization by their adu?
lations of the crested criminals they
nourish in their midst-so long as
Banks is tolerated and Butler runs at
large. * * ? The radical party
is in favor of the disfranchisement of
eleven great States, and of the utter
political extinction of millions of
American citizens. The President
and the entire conservative element
of the country are against it-[ap?
plause]-against it, sir, because such
a policy is antagonistic to the genius
of the age-against it because it
would be unjust, vindictive, despotic,
cruel and disastrous. [Cheers.] As
I would spear the wolf that delights
to sweeten his tooth with human
blood, so I would hunt from the land
the worse than wild beast of that fa?
naticism which has no pleasure above
its savage rapacity, and no office
above the offices of cruelty and of
'death. [Great applause.] Away with
it, with its hates, its persecutions, its
rancor and its miseries-away with it
forever, sir. Then a new day-spring
from on high sholl visit us-then the
lost dava of our prosperity shall bo
restored-then the windows of Hea?
ven sholl once moro bo opened, and
the long exiled minister of peace,
shedding from hia white wings thc
ambrosial dews of hope and joy upon
our famished and fruitless earth, shall
descend to us again and dwell with us
in the midst of increased confidence
and happiness." [Applause.]
Mr. Hanna then enunciates what
wc have long believed is the opinion
of the masse* of tho people of his
section. He said:
"I speak for the people of the
groat North-west. Tho ]>eople, sir,
aro humane ond just. This cry ol
terror does not proceed from thom.
They want peaco and restoration.
[Cheers.] They aro weary of thc
burdens and the taxes of a wai
brought on by fanaticism, and which
they would hove prevented by sound
reason and timely conciliation; they
are weary of the vast expenditure ol
public moneys for the support ol
worthless negro troops in States
whero they are not wanted, not need
ed, and whero honest labor invites
them back to tho rich fields whicl
they have deserted; they aro weary o!
tho prodigality, the impositions, tin
extortions, and thc usurpations o!
tho Freedmen's Bureau, togethoj
with all the dogs, wolves and jackals
that ever follow upon its scent foi
prey. [Tremendous applause.
They are sick and weary with tin
whole of it. They intend to put J
stop to it. [Renewed applause.
They have the power to do it, nm
! they will do it.
"Conservative principles have sue
cessfully conducted the affairs of thi
Government for more than seventy
years. I think they can be truste!
again. Once restored to their ancien
power, and we will again have peace
I prosperity and concord. We wil
I then cut down all the gibbets, burs
open the prison door?, unfetter th
captives, and call home the exiles.
Then the people shall once more
wake the slumbering harps of joy;
then shall they swell again the an?
thems of their Te Devm laus damns,
and they shall wipe away all tears
from their eyes, and there shall be
no more death, neither sorrow nor
crying, neither shall there be any
more pain; for the former things
shall have passed away." jLiong
"We believe tho publication of this
speech, at this time, will be produc?
tive of the best results among tho
people Mr. Hanna represents.
Mortgages and Conveyances of Real Es?
tate f tr salo at this office.
~FOR THE I?<HSLA3t?B&
MR. E. J. SCOTT having re-signed his
position as a member of the Legislature
for Richland District, we respectfully nomi?
nate Major J. P. THOMAS to fill the va?
cancy. He is an old resident-identified
by birril and education with ns. He is a
ripe scholar, possessing a well-balanced
and comprehensive mind, that eminently
qualifies him for a legislator.
June2H MANY VOTERS.
Ouldie r's Lightning Fly-Killer
Makes quick work with Hies, and if com?
menced early, keeps the house clear all
summer. Look out for imitations. Get
D?TCKER'S only^ Juno 26 Imo
MARRIAGE! ANO CELIBACY; An
Essay of Warning and Instruction for
Young Mon. Also, Diseases anil Abuses
which prostrate the vital powers, with sore I
means of relief. Sent free of charge in j
sealed letter envelopes. Address Dr. J. ?
SKUJLTN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa- j
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. April 10 .Imo j
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such
universal demand, is made from the
< noleen! materials, is milt! and emol- j
lient in its nature, fragrantly scented, |
aud extremely hcweflclal in its action j
upon the skin. For sale by all Druggists
and Fancy Goods Dealers. >farch 28 Iv
ltVTniKLOK'S HAIR DYK. j
The Original and Rest in thc World, i
The only true and perfect HAIR DYE.
Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. |
Produces immediately a splendid black or
natural Drown, without injuring tho hair 1
or skin. Remedies the ill effects of bad j
dyes. Sold by all Drufifri*1*. The genuine :
is signed William A. batchelor. Also, RE
GENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLE- j
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying I
the Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR.
Oct 25 ly New York, j
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that the co- j
partnership Iatelv existing between L.
SHODAIR and W. STIEGLITZ, under the |
firm of SHODAIR A STIEGLITZ, was this
day dissolved by mutual consent. L. SHO?
DAIR is authorized to settle all debts due
to and liv tlic late firm.
June 2i> ti W. STIEGLITZ.
THE undersigned, thankful for past
favors to tho old firm of Sbodair A
Stieglitz, would inform his friends, and
the public in general, that he will continue
the business nt the old stand, and will
keep constant Iv ..ii hand fresh articles in
bis line. L. SHODAIR.
.lune 27 ?
Shoulders and Hams.
? 1 tierce SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
June :i JOHN C. S EEO EUS A CO.
NEW IRISH TOT ATOES. For sale by
JOHN C. SEEOERS A CO.
MI AI vs? rum's? MI AIvs t
JUST received and for sale low, 500 pairs
Straight and Twisted Trace CHAINS.
Also, a complete assortment of Tongue
Chains, Lock Chains, Breast Chains, Stay
Chains, Fifth Chains, with and without
Stretchers, Coil Chain, Halter Chains.
Jack Chains. Ac. J. A T. R. \GNEW. ,
Notice to Creditors.
XT7HEREAS Messrs. SPECK A POL- j
y V LOCK, merchants, lately doing bu- I
sincss in th(: city of Columbia," have mado !
an assignment "to tho undersigned of all
their property and assets, real and per- 1
son al, as well as ol their bonds, notes, ;
book? of account and Other choses iu !
action, for the benefit of their creditors: j
Now. this i- to admonish and notify ail and
sing?la ie creditors of the said Speck A
Pollock, io be and appear at thc omeo of
E. J. Arthur, Esq.,in the city of Columbia, !
on THURSDAY, the 5th day of July next,
at 12 o'clock m., to appoint an ugeitt vif
they choose so to do; to act with the under?
signed in executing the trunts <>f th?s said
assignnv nt. W. T. WALTER, Assignee.
June 21 mfw3
r:/\ REAMS largo-sized WRAPPING
Ol I PAPER- low to dealers.
May 27 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Thos. P. Walker.
Magistrate and Coroner,
Office m Post Office Building.
< I?LUMBIA, S ( June t
Cougaree Jockey Club, i
YTrEDNESDAY, July 4.-Purse $100
W Mile Heats- for Horses untrained,
never Laving won a mile race. Two or
moro to start.
THURSDAY, July 5.-Purse $100- Mile
Heats-to bo trotted for in harness. Open
to all Horses that have never won a mile
heat race. Two or more to start.
FRIDAY, July C. -Milo Heats. Pur*e
$200. Freo for all running Horses. Two
ur more to start.
SATURDAY, July 7.- rnrse $200. Open
for all Trotting Horses, Mares or Geldings,
to harness. Mile Heats, best two in three,
two or more to start to make a race.
SAME DAY. July 7.- Purse $100. Lash
of One Mile -freo for all running Horses.
Two or more to start.
Tho first Race on each dav to commence
at THREE O'CLOCK P. M. Each eutry
10 nor cent., to bo added to each dav's purse.
June 10 _L. T. LEVIN, Secretary. _
THE undersigned, having completed
their arrangements for tho manufac?
ture of tho best COTTON GINS ever mule
in this country, are now prepared to re?
ceive o-ders from planters and others
wishing to purchase. The long established
and well known reputation of Elliott's
Cotton Gins will, wc hope, be a sufficient
guarantee that the article will give entire
satisfaction. J. M. ELLIOTT &, CO.,
- May 16 2mo Winnsboro, B. C.
ANEW and complete assortment just
An elegant assortment ol FISHING
TACKLE-Rods, Reels, Bobs, Hooks,
Lines, .Vc. At LOW TRICES.
P. W. KRAFT,
Washington street, opposite old Jail.
N. _ B.-Manufacturing and repairing
substantially and neatlv executed.
May 2? ' ly
NOTICE is hereby given that th? co?
partnership latelv subsisting between
JOHN C. DIAL and FRANCIS M. POPE,
under the firm of DIAL & POPE, was thia
day dissolved by mutual consent. JOHN
C. DIAL is authorized to settle ?ll debts
due to and bv the late linn.
JOHN C. DIAL.
May 1, lHw;. F. M. POPE.
THE subscriber would respectfully in?
form the citizens of thia city anil vi?
cinity that he will ^ntiuue the general
HARDWARE BUSINESS in his own inrme
and on hi? own account, and hopes to
merit and receive a full shan- <>f public pa?
tronage. JOHN C. DIAL.
The State of South Carolina,
Tu J. C. Janney, H. />'. Stanley <md others,
y Managers of Elections f>r RicJilandlHs
WHEREAS Edwin J. Scott, Esq., who,
at the general election held ni Octo?
ber, 1865, was chosen a member of th?
House of Representatives for the Election
District of Richland, to serve for two years,
has resigned his seat; and whereas th<
Constitution of the State of South Caroli?
na directs that in such a case a writ ol
election shall be issued by the Speaker ot
the House of Representatives, for thc pur?
pose of tilling the vacancy thus occasioned,
for tho remainder of the tenn for which
the member so resigned was elected t<
Now, therefore, you and each of you, arc
hereby required, after due advertisement,
and with strict regard to all the provision*
of the Constitution and laws of the said
State, touching your duty in such case, tc
hold an election for a member of the Houat
of Representatives for the Election District
aforesaid, to serve for tho remainder of t lie
term for which the said Edwin J. Scott was
elected; tho polls to be opened at tho vari?
ous places of election in tho said District,
on TUESDAY, the 10th day of July next
bv the various sets of managers for th esr
places respectively; said managers to conni
tho votes publicly immediately after tin
final closing of tho polls at the precinct?
where the votes have boen taken; mak<
out a certificate of the result, to be signed
hy the managers, or a majority of them
and takou to thc Court House ot said Dis?
trict, or place now fixed bv law for count?
ing tho votes, on Wednesday, tho 11th daj
of July, on or before i o'clock p. m., by ont
or more ol' tho said managers; anil the
managers, or a majority of them, who maj
assemble, shall proceed to examine th?
aforosaid statement, fand declare tho result
of the election.
This writ, together with your return o:
the election to bo held under it, have be?
fore the House of Representatives ?it it;
next meeting after the election.
Witness, the Hon. Charles H. Simonton
Esq., Speaker of the House of ltopre
sontatives, at Columbia, this twenty-fiftl
day of June, in tho year of our Lord om
thousand eight hundred and sixtv-si\.
CHARLES H. SIMONT?N,
Speaker of House of Representatives,
JOHN T. SLOAN,"Clerk of the Howe o
In pursuance, of the above order, at
ELECTION will bo held at the variowpre
cincts in Richland District, on TUESDAY
the tenth dav of Julv next, foi ono REP
RESENTAT? VE. to rill tho vacancy occa
sioncd bv thc resignation ot Edwin J
Scott. Esq. J. C. JANNEL
Chairman Hoard of Managers.
AT COST !
HAMS and LARD.
FISHER & LOWIE
STRAW, WOOL AND
FUR HATS !
CASHMERES AND TWEEDS
AT REDUCED PRICES!
I 1 I
WE ofter the balance of our stock ot
SPRING and BUMMER GOODS AT
I Wo have recently made a large addition
? to om- stock of CASSIMERE8, TWEEDS
I and HATS, and will receivo, in a few days,
i a large addition to om- stock of CLOTH?
Wc bave tb? largest assortment of HATS
! to be found in this city, embracing all the
j known styles.
Our Ready-made Goods ?
Are mostly of our own manufacture; ano
those desiring to patronize home prodnc
I tiona are invited to call.
Our stock of FRENCH and ENGLISH
; CASSTMERES is largo, and we will MAKE
TO ORDER at CORRESPONDING RE?
R. & W. C. SWIMLD,
I Jnne 2_?? ',_BEDELL'S ROW.
Legs and Arms.
LEG MU ARM ?0V?PAW
HAVE established a branch office aud
manufactory at Columbia, S. C.
Tho improved AUTOMATIC LEG AND
ARM manufactured by this company are
unsurpassed by any iii the world.
Our workmen arc practical artificial leg
and arni makers-three of thorn wearing
bigs of their owu manufacture.
Our facilities are unsurpassed. Our
; work warrauted one ye?fr. Call and ex?
amino our specimens, or address
DANN ELLY. MARSHALL A CO.,
Seegcr's Budding. Columbia, s. C.
Onices- Madison, Ga., Nashville, Tenn.,
Columbia, S. C. M av 27 2mo
HERRINGS Pated Champion Fire,
Burglar, Powder and Damp Proof
I SAFES for sale. The only sure protection
i from fire. I eau furnish these Safes, all
I sizes, at manufacturer's prices, freight
i added. J. Ii. KIN ARD, Agent,
May 19 gmo Columbia, S. C.
SCOTT & MCMASTER
ARE now prepared to issue LIFE, FIRE,
MARINE and ACCIDENTAL POLI
! CIES. ?a. Office No. 5 Law Range. Co
I lumhia, S. C.
I HENRY E. SCOTT. K. W. MCMASTER
j June 7 Imo"
I GIBBES & HUGGINS,
RISKS against Fire taken in the follow
ing Companies, at fair rates, and no
, charge for polices:
NORTH AMERICAN COMPANY,
! CONTINENTAL COMPANY,
j VIRGINIA STATE COMPANY,
SUN MUTUAL COMPANY,
EXCHANGE ou Nov.- York and Charler.
i ton bought and sold: dealers in Stock?,
I Bonds, Ac. Tho highest price paid foi
, Cold, Silver and Bank Notes.
JAMES G. GIBBES, GEO. HI GGINS
Office Plain street, Columbia, S. C.
Mav 19_3 nm
H E. NICHOLS.
i INSURANCE A??ftT,
' Corner of AssenMy anil Washington Sis.,
COLUMBIA. S. C.,
REPRESENTS a number of the best
both Northern and Southern-compr
nies, possessing :.!; aggregate capital ot
LIFE, FIRE. MARINE,
INLAND AND ACCIDEN?
TAL RISKS taken on equi
1 table terms, and all losses
B?F"Poiieie$ made payable
in Gold or Currency