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BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, 8: C., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1867. VOLUME HT-NO. 15G.
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the month or year.
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Affair? nt the SontU.
Tho New York Times, of Tuesday,
has the following:
A Southern paper publishes a po?
litical cateohism, which, wo nro told,
is copied from a document that "was
obtained from a freedman, who says
that a negro, is hired to go through
the oouutry, with a valise lilied with
them, to distribute among the freed?
men." Our Southern cotomporary
says that "for wicked mendacity and
cold-blooded atrocity, this dooument
stands without a parallel in party
warfare." Finding it spoken of in
, thja way, we sot to work and carefully
examined the oatechism throughout,
and we confess we found no ground
for using stich langnage as this about
it. The following aro specimens of |
the dialogue: .
Question-"With which party should j
.?the colored mau vote?
Answer-The Union Republican j
Q.-To what party, do the white j
people of the South belong?
A.-The larger portion belong to .
the Democratic party.
Q.-To what party do the leading
colored men belong?
A.-Without exception, they bo?
long to the Republican purty.
Q.-Is Mr. Sumner a Republican?
A.-He is, and a radical; so aro
Thad. Stevens, Senator Wilson, Judge
Kelley, Gen. Butler, Speaker Colfax,
Chief Justice Chase, and all other
men who favor giving colored men
In dialogue of this sort, the main
principles of the two political parties
aro described to the poor blacks; and
we must say that tho statements in
general are correct enough. Some of
them, it is true, are silly and foolish;
others are ludicrous and ridiculous;
and there is just a shadow of an at?
tempt to make the blacks believe that
they must organize in a political party
' opposed to their late masters. This
last feature is exceedingly wrong,
and fraught with danger to blacks
and whites alike; but we aro pleased
to seo that the Southern paper which
publishes and denounces the cate?
chism, does something better also, in
attempting by reason to HIIOW the
blacks where their real interests lie.
This is the true way for tho educated
classes of the South to counteract
what they consider political heresy.
Caora.-The last few days have
brought showers of rain in most parts
of this District. Tho accounts of
tho crops aro varying. Tho upland
corn is generally good, but the bot?
toms, in consequence of the floods
earlier in the season, will fall very
abort. Cotton is healthy and doing
admirably well at this time-wherevor
it has been well worked, we find tho
farmers express themselves as satis
f fled-which is the host evidunee in
the world of good crops.
Colonel Charles S. Venable, whe
was on General Lee's stuff, has ac
cepted a Professorship in tho Uni
versity of Virginia.
MEETTNO OP THE HEIRS OT TUB IN
GRAHAM ESTATE.-An interesting
meeting was held nt the Astor Ho uso
to-day. In room No. 14 were uss em- |
bled over two hnndred persons* ga?
thered from all parts of the country,
inclnding.male and female, old and
?:oung, who believe that they aro
awful heirs of the great Ingraham
estate, nt Leeds, England, and which
is said to belong to persons living in
tho United States.
This property is of immense value,
comprising as it docs a largo part of
the ground upon which the thriving
city of Leeds is built. The sum
named in connection with this pro?
perty would nearly pay one-half of
the debt of the United States-if it
could bo obtained.
The most singular feature iii con?
nection with this case, is tho fact that
it is said tho present occupants of tko
property known as tho Ingraham es?
tate, are not only willing but anxious
to pay tho lawful heirs for tho name,
thus securing a clear title to the
lands.-New York J'os/, 26th ttlt.
ABUNDANCE OF MONEY.-Tho ple?
thora of money, liko that of tho crops,
seems to bo world-wide. The crops
in all parts of tho United States are
reported good, aud from tho grain- i
?producing regions of Europe, the |
nows is of tho samo favorable tenor. I
The papers in the commercial centres I
of this country report money abun
dan. and cheap, and tho London
Morning Harald, of the 13lh of July,
says: "Such is the abundance of
money, that $7,500,000 was offered
on the security of consols, yesterday,
at per cent., but the parties to ?
whom tho proposal was made, were i
so full that they refused to take it." !
While most pcoplo esteem a cheap !
money market desirable, the moro j
reflecting know that it is a sign of
depression and a lack of enterprise. ?
There is always tho most demand for
money where there is the most busi- I
Send some of it down this way.
SENATOR WILSON OPPOSED TO CON?
FISCATION.-For myself, I want no
more punishments than have already
been inflicted on these men. They I
havo suffered, and have been disap
pointed moro than any body of men j
in tho history of the world. Their
ideas, principles and politics aro all |
gone forever. Tho hope and aspira- J
tion of their souls aro lost. They !
are baffled, defeated, humiliated,
conquered. For one, I have it not
in my heart to pursue the system of
confiscation, or any other system,
that shall bear hardor thnn those
that havo already been adopted to
bring them into the country, and j
mako them a part of the country. I
don't want an Ireland or Poland in
America. [Applause. |
[Speech al Saratoga.
jSSniAii NAVIGATION.-Tho subject
of ierial navigation has been recently
revived. Ono of our citizens, who
has devoted years of patient study to |
the subject, has perfected a plan by I
which ho proposes to travel with |
mails and passengers from Washing?
ton to Now York in threo days. His
theory has met the approbation of
all the scientific and practical men
who have examined it. Ho is no
dreamer or enthusiast, but has ar
, rived at conclusions after patient in
I vestigation and laborious study and
I experiment. All that he needs for a
j practical illustration of his invention
i is means. To this he invites enter?
prising capitalists. Any communica?
tion on the subject will be submitted
to him.-National Intelligencer.
A shocking tragedy occurred near
Union City, Odiu County, Ky., on
Monday. A negro man broke jail
in that town on tho preceding Fri?
day, repairing to tho house of an
aged and highly respected widow
lady named Charam, outraged her,
and then fled. Two sons of tho
injured woman followed tho wretch
to Hickman, Ky., arrested him, and
taking him back to near the sceno
of tho outrage, shot him dead, and
then severed his head from his body.
PANKXIVS HEPATICBITTBK8 are
rapidly gaining in public esteem. They
art decidedly tho moat excellent Vegetable
Tonio yot discovered for tiie cure of gene?
ral debility and disorder? of tho stomach
or liver. Those who have used them pro?
nounce them to bo all that is claimed for
thom. For salo bv all druggists.
April 12 fly DR. 0. II. Ml OT, Agent.
VERDICT OP THE FACULTY
STIMULANTS INDISPENSABLE AS ME?
DICINES.-The most distinguished physi?
cians in tho United States have recently
been placed on thc witness stand, aud have,
with one voice, declared that pure stimu?
lants aro valuable medicinal agents. Thia
decision ot the faculty refers especially to
medicated stimulante, of which tho purest
and best known is HOSTETTEB'S STO?
MACH BITTERS. Its bans ia tho alco?
holic principle of tho finest rye grown in
tho United State?, and ita herbal ingre?
dients comprise tho extrr.cts of a largo
number of plant?, barks and roofs, pro?
duced in various parts of tho world, and
all noted in tho countries t<? which they are
indigenous for their powerful sanative pro?
perties. As an invigorant and tonic, the
valuo of tho Bitters can scarcely be over?
rated. Hence its extraordinary effect in
fever and aguo und intermittents and re?
mittents of every tvpo. Its auti-bilious
properties are marvelous. Persons of bi?
lious habit, by taking a small quantity
once or twice a day, may completely change
their constitutional tendency to liver dis?
ease, and escape all the unpleasant conso
queucea which arise either from tho nuduo
sensitiveness or tho unnatural torpidity of
tho biliary organ. Chronic constipation is
eradicated thoroughly, and in a very short
space ot time, by small doses of this whole?
some regulator, taken night and morning;
and for all tho disorders which aro super?
induced by exhalations irom decomposing
vegetable and animal mutter in tho streets
of cities, or the miasma of swampy dis?
tricts, it is, when takon as a protective and
preventive medicine, tho most reliable of
all wafo-gnards. July 31 f6
TO MA It UV OR NOT TO MARRY!
WHY NOT? Serious Reflections for
Young alen, in Es?ays of tho Howard As?
sociation, on the Physiological Errors,
Abuses und Diseases induced by ignorance
of nature's laws, in the brat ago of man.
Sent in scaled letter envelopes, free of
chargo. Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGH?
TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia,
Pa. May 19 3mo
BATCUELOK'S HAIR DYE.-This
splendid Hair Dye ia tho host in tho world.
The only true and perfect l>ye-harmless,
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint?
ment. No ridiculous tints. Natural black
or brown. Remedies thc- ill effects of bad
dyes. Invigorate? tho hair, leaving it soft
and beautiful. The genuine is signed ll'iV
liam A. Batchelor. All others aro mere
imitations, and should bo avoided. Sold
by all druggists and perfumers. Factory
81 Barclay street, New York, ev Beware
of a counterfeit. Dec ll ly
IPASSENGERS leaving Columbia on
the South Carolina Railroad by tho
morning train, can got BREAKFAST al
Kingsville, as amide time is allowed for
that purpose C. A. SCOTT,
June 2'J Proprietor.
MPERSONS who desire to pass the
summer months in a healthy section,
where good water anil mountain air arc
the principal attractions, can be comfort?
ably accommodated ai tho WALHALLA
HOTEL. Trains now run daily each way.
Board bv the week or month at reasonable
rate?. ' D. RIEMANN.
July 0 3mo
St. James Hotel,
KEW ORLEANS, LA.
WM. A. HURD, of New Orlenns.
W. F CORKERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich?
?Cir Telegraph and Railroad Onices in
rotunda of Hotel. _July 3 Gino
IL awns 7 Lawns.
JUST received, a nico lot of LAWNS, at
twenty cents per vard.
HAMS AND HACON STRIPS,
JOHN C. SEEGERS tc CO.'S,
EDWARD F. STOKES,
Attorney ot Law and Solicitor in Equity,
WILL FRACTICE in the Courte of Law
and Equity of Sonth Carolina.
#9" Office in Swandale'*! new building,
opnoeito thc Mansion House, Greenville,
Thoma* Hill, President of Harvard Col- j
loge, Massachusetts; J. B. Minor, Law i
Professor, University of Virginia; C. P.
Sullivan, Routh Carolina; Gov. J. L. Orr, j
South Carolina; cx-Gov. B. P. Perry, Sonth j
Carolina. _July 13 simo
OF VIRGINIA, RICHMOND.
Session of 1867-'68.
THE next Annual Course of Lectures
will commence on tho first day of Oc?
tober, 1S(!7, and continue until tlic 1st of
March ensuing, making a term of tho
D. H. TUCKER, M. D., Profea . ?r of
Practice of Medicine
B. lt. WELLFORD, M. P., Professor of
Materia Medica, ?fcc.
L. S. JOYNES, M. H., Professor of Thy
JAMES E. MCCAW, 3I. D., Professor of j
HUNTE ll MCGUIRE, M. D., Professor
?of Snr^erv. ,
H. T. COLEMAN, M. D., Professor of ;
P. D. CUNNINGHAM, M. D., Professor ;
E. S. GAILLARD, M. D., Professor of i
General Pathology, Ac.
.I. li. WHITE, AL D., Demonstrator of
The ailvantages offered hv this school,
both for THEORETICAL" AND PliAC
TIOAL INSTRUCTION, are greater than
at any previous period. Abundant facili?
ties are afforded for tho prosecution of
CLINICAL INSTRUCTION at the How?
ard's Grove Hospital, the College Hospital
and the Richmond City Dispensary, located
in the Collogo building.
ENCKNSKS.-Matriculation, $'>; Profes?
sors' fees, each, $13; Demonstrator of Ana?
tomy, ?lu; Graduation, $30. Board may
be obtained at from $5 to $7 por week.
For further information, or a copy of tho
catalogue, apply to
L. S. JOYNER, M. D..
?Tnly 27 a5_Dean of the Faculty.
TWENTY boxea FINE TOBACCO, for
Juno 15 ALFRED TOLLESON.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
/.V EQUITY-UNION DISTRICT.
Joseph Whitmire and others, creditors of
John R. R. Giles, vs. James T. Douglas
and wife.-Dill to Marshal Assets.
PURSUANT to a decretal order of bia
Honor Chancellor Carroll in thia case,
tlio creditors of John R. It. Giles, deceased,
late of Union District, S. C., are required
to render on oath and establish then- de?
mando before me, bv the first dav of Octo?
ber next. " WM. MUNRO,
Commissioner in Equity Union Dist.
Union C. H., S. C., June 20, 1H?7.
Robert W. Gibbes, Trustee, vs. Malinda
PURSUANT to the order or Court, tho
creditors of JOSEPH A. HIKES, de?
ceased, are required to prove their de?
mands before nie on or before thu 1st of
I), li. DcSAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
July 23 tu: ii
Mary S. North, Adin'x, vs. Martha J.
rrHIF. creditors of tho late firm of Town
_L &end A North are hereby called upon
to prove their demands before me wubin
three months from date hereof, April 'iii,
1807. D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. lt. D.
July 19 faG _
11HE Ladies of the Industrial Associa?
tion would inform tho public gene?
rally that they have rented the store on
thc corner of Itichardaou and Lady streets,
where they intend tn keep constantly on
band a rilli supply of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, of ad descriptions. Ploaa<
call and examino the. articles which they
have now ready for sale. Some one v>ii
always bo found ready to exhibit thc
ready-made garments and to receive ordert
from those who may wiall to have wini
dono neatly and promptly. Str?ngen
visiting the city will be pleased to give
them a call.
I They would take this opportunity of re
turning their thanks to the citizens foi
thoir former patronage, and solicit aeon
tinuance of tho same.
Their books are constantly open for the si
who may bo desirous of aiding tho cans?
bv becoming members of this Association
Membership only One Dollar.
The object of thia Association is to fur
! nish constant employment for those who
having been impoverished by tho war
now depend on tho needle for daily bread
DOCH not snell ax object commend itself ti
the heart J ol our citizcus. Juno CO
FISHER & LOWRANCE,.
COLUMBIA. S. C.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, from now
wheat, for anio bv
Juno 30 FISHER ft LOWRANCE.
3 EST ANCHOR BRANDS, assorted
May 2G FISHER ft LOWRANCE.
ITHRESH SODA. BUTTER and MILE.
GINGER CAKES, NUTS. A-o. For sala
by FISHER ft LOWRANCE.
THE TRIUMPH OF ARTI
MORE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight?
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: "Tho
Queen's Delight, in beginning to
awaken tho attention of our physicians.
Ita remarkable curativo power is seen in
its wonderful effect upon disease. As a
blood purifier, there is no medicine like it
known to thc profession. A gentleman,
told mo that his son has been taking the
Queen's Delight, and is moro benefited by
it than by any other medicine. Ho wanto
% dozon bottles."
Extract from a letter: "It is duo to you
th state in this public manner, in order
that the poople may know the truth, that
I have tried your Queen's Delight, and ?
found it not only wdiat you said it waa-"ab?
luir? medicine-'-but th? best medicino I
liave ever taken for eruption? and general
Dad health. I had au eruption all over my*
body, with impaired digestion and disor?
dered liver, ami have tried a great many
medicines without any benefit. I .har*',
taken ono bottle of your Queen's Delight, .
ho eruption has disappeared, my appetite"
s better, my liver and digestion is im
stoved. lani satisfied one or two more
bottles will cure me."
Extract from a letter: "At the close of "
the war, my constitution was shattered. I.
iould not Vat, sh i p or perform any duty,
irhatover, such was my prostrate conch
ion. Medicino and medical aid I badin
ibnndanco, such was my condition up to a
ew months since, when I began the uso of .
pour Queen's Delight. I have need two
.ottles, my constitution is greatly ini'
iroved, my appetite is good, enjoy refreshi?
ng sleep, and am able to perform my share .
>f daily labor."
Extract hom a letter -Wonderful effect
if only ouo l otti. : "I have used only a
tiaif bottle of 'Queen's Delight' for boils
md eruptions of tho skin and itching ho?
nors of the blood, which annoyed me very
mich. I oin entirely cured, i think your
nedioino a valuable one."
A remarkable case of liver complaint and
icadtiche cured by tho us? ol "Hcinitsh'a
.moen's Delight:" A lady of unquestioned
.vorth and reputation volunl ari ly gi vt s te?
imony of tho wonderful effects of thie
nedicine. She has been from carly years
t martyr to headaches, caused by imper
'oct action or tho liver, producing intense
loadache and pain ov? rthe eyes. She has
akon only four bottles, and assures na of
he perfect cure it has made She now en
oya good heall h.
Still another: "During hist spring, I had
teen troubled v ith obstinate chill? and
ever, which, when cured, left my system
n a wretched condition, blood impure, and
L was afflicted with un angry, and, as I at
mo time thought, an incurable, cutaneous
.ruption over my entiro body. The most
riolenl remedies suggested failed to work
i cure, until, at the instance of a friend, 1
ried Dr. Heinitsh's Queen's Delight. Leas
bau two bottles cured mo, leaving my skin
n a healthy, condition. My general health
s as good as over. Foi such pumosos, I
lave, over since my cure, unhesitatingly
recommended your Queen's Delight.
Don't buy any but the right kiud. All
jennine Queen's Delight has the copy-right
nark on the outside, and it ia the ':n)y.
nedicine which produces these wonderful
'.uros. For sale wholesale and retail at
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April Drug Sion.