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COLUMBIA, S. C.. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 5. 1868.
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VOLUME IV-NO. 61"
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. Lexington-B. J. Hayes.
J. lt. Allen, Chester.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H.
S. P. Kinard, Newberry C. H.
James Grant, Union.
A meeting of the citizens of Rich?
land Fork, favorable to the introduc?
tion of foreign white labor in tho
neighborhood, was held at tho store
of Messrs. Hanunhan & Co., on the
9th of May last. Tho meeting was
organized by calling Colonel T. B.
Clarkson to the chair, and appoint?
ing Mr. W. W. White to net us Secre?
tary. The subject was thoroughly
discussed, and a committee, consist?
ing of Dr. Ray and Messrs. Green,
Bates and Weston, was appointed to
draft a constitution for an "Immi?
grant Society," to collect such in?
formation as could be obtained on
the snbjeot, and submit the same at
the next meeting, to be held at the
same place, on the 23d instant, at 12
Pursuant to this adjournment, a
meeting was held, at tho time nnd
place above mentioned, and having
be9n called to order by tho Chair?
man, Col. T. B. Clarkson, Mr. R. H.
Clarkson was requested to act as
Secretary. The Chairman then made
a few interesting remarks on the
general subject of foreign labor
among us, and concluded by stating
the impressions he had received from
gentlemen with whom ho had con?
ferred in Charleston, viz: Rev. Dr.
Baohman, Rev. Mr. Miller, and
Mr. H. P. Green, appointed at
former meeting to address Messrs.
. Van Bokolen, Balthasar and Leiding,
read replies from those gentlemen,
and a circular from Mr. P. Bonfort,
.of New York city, agent for pro?
curing German and Irish laborers for
planters. Mr. Balthasar, of tho new
German settlement known ns Ger?
mantown, in this District, bei ig
present, was called on, and made
some interesting and encouraging
statements relative to the chances of
procuring reliable German laborers.
He advised, "that planters should
not aeok their laborers in New York
and other Northern ports, but get
them directly from the old country.
Those Germans who have emigrated
North are mostly off-scouring; thc
worst kind of people, drinkers anti
dissipated. We ought to get stable
men from their homes, and not those
that have straggled out here, withoul
any definite end in view. Reliable
German laborers could be got foi
either money wages or share of crop
The chances of living in the ok
country were vory poor, and wngei
very low, and they would bo sure t<
come, if they knew what chance:
there were ont here." He concludet
his remarks by offering to give tin
names of German houses to write ti
for laborers. At the close of thesi
remarks, it was resolved, on motioi
of Mr. Hi P. Green, that tho abov
be received as information. Dr. Ray
Chairman of Committee on Framinj
Constitution, then reported tho fol
ARTICLE 1. This society shall b
called "Tho Immigration Society c
ART. 2. Its object shall be to prc
vide laborers for our soil; to im prov
its productiveness; to promoto ir
du st ry ; to contribute to the prosper:
ty of its members, and to repair th
fallen fortunes of our community an
ART. 3. Tho offloers of this sooiet
shall consist of a President, a Vic?
President, a Scoretary and Treasure
and an Executive Committee, wh
sholl be elected Ly a majority of ii
ART. 1. It shall be the duty of tl
President to presido over all mee
ings; to koop himself informed of tl
arrivals of immigrants into our port
to ascertain how their services i
laborers can best be obtained; ah
what numbers and at what prices; to
order for any member immigrant
laborers, and to pay their expenses
to their destination, upon the mem?
ber ordering them placing iu his
hands tho requisito funds; also to
call meetings of tho society nt such
times as he may deem it necessary.
AKT. 5. It shall be tho duty of tho
Vice-President to preside over meet?
ings, and to perform nil tho duties of
the President, in the nbsenco of that
AKT. G. The offices of Secretary
aud Treasurer shall be vested in ouo
und the same person.
AKT. 7. It shall be the duty of the
Secretary nud Treasurer to keep n
book, iu which sholl bo regularly re?
corded the proceediugs of all meet?
ings, nil orders for laborers, tho prices
of procuring the same, as well as their
names, numbers and destinations.
ART. 8. The Executive Committee
shall consist of three members, whose
duty it shall bo to assist the Presi?
dent in obtaining all useful informa?
tion for tho benefit of the society,
aud in giving him the benefit of their
counsel, when it is found imprac?
ticable to hold a meeting of the so?
ART. 0. Any land-holder may be?
come a member of this society by
subscribing his name to tho constitu?
tion and paying an initiation fee of
five dollars; these fees to constitute a
fund, which shall be at the disposal
of the President aud Executive Com?
mittee, for such purposes ns in their
judgment will advance the object of
ART. 10. Auy person other than u
laud-holder may become a member
of this society by making a written
request for membership, tho Presi?
dent giving notice of such applica?
tion at one meening at least previous
to the taking of votes on tho same.
A majority of votes of those present
on the occasion of balloting, consti?
tuting him a member, upon tho pay?
ment of tho initiation fee.
ART. ll. Every member obtaining
immigrant laborers through the so?
ciety, ?hall pledge himself to tho
society, and tho society to the immi?
grant, that the latter shall be honestly
dealt with, and that he shall receive
the price agreed upon for his labor,
and such accommodations as will
enable him to live comfortably.
ART. 12. There shall bo regular
quarterly meetings of this society,
viz: Ou the first Saturday of the re?
spective mouths of Jauuary, April,
July aud October, at the hour of 12
o'clock M., in tho building occupied
by Messrs. Haunahan & Co.
ART. 18. This constitution may bc
altered or amended by a vote of two
thirds, tho President having given
notice of tho amendment proposed
at least one meeting previous to sud
alteration or amendment, which shall
only be done at a regular meeting.
The proposed coustitution having
been read, was, ou motion, submit?
ted, section by section, for tin
approval of the meeting. One oi
two sections elicited considerable de
bate, but, with somo slight altera
tions and additions, was finally unani
niously adopted. Those wishiug tc
join tho society were thou offered ar
opportunity of siguing the constitu
tiou and becomiug members. Th?
meeting gave their hearty endorse
ment to these measures by every per
son present coming forward and sign
On motiou of Dr. D. W. Ray, i
committee of five was appointed b;
the Chair, consisting of the followini
gentlemen, viz: Dr. D. W. Ray an<
William Weston and Messrs. R
Brown, S. Garner and C. K. Single
ton, for the purpose of makiug nomi
nations for permanent officers of th
society, and to report the same, o
this place, at 10 o'clock A. M., on tb
13th of June next. Tho meetin
then adjourned to meet as above.
T. 13. CLARKSON. Chairman.
R. H. CLARKSON, Secretary.
Tho society, agreeable to the resc
lution of adjournment, met this 13t
day of June, 18G8, at 10 o'clock, f
same place, Col. T? B. C?arksou i
the chair. 'The meeting having bee
called to order, and tho minutes c
tho last meeting read, before prc
ceeding to business, tho Chairmu
begged to read to tho society a lett?
which he had received from Dr. ?
C. Faber, a distinguished citizen i
this Stato, who has lately returne
from a residence of twenty years i
Europe. Vt. Faber*! letter beip
read, was, on motion. .eived as ii
formation. The constitution w
then again read, and placed on tl
table for additional signatures, and
good many new members enroll?
themselves. The society then wei
into the election of permanent office
under the constitution. The Coi
mittee on Nominations reported tl
following ticket, which was unai
tn on sly elected, viz: Dr. D. W. Rn
President; John Scott, vice-Pre?
sident; lt. H. Clarksou, Secretary
and Treasurer; H. P. Green, Col. T.
B. Clarkson and Dr. Wm. Weston,
Tho President elect was then con?
ducted to tho chair, aud gracefully
congratulated tho society upon tho
nobleness of its object, end its suc?
Tho Executive Committee then,
with approbation of tho society,
appointed two auxiliaries, viz: Mr.
Hugo Balthasar, Foreign Correspond?
ing Secretary; Dr. H. M. Clarkson,
Domestic Corresponding Secretary.
On motion of Col. T. B. Clarkson,
Resolved, That these proceedings,
ab inilio, bo published in tho Colum?
bia Phoenix, aud a copy bo sent to
Colonel Wagener, Stato Immigration
Agent, with a request that ho pub?
lish them in ono of the German
newspapers of Charleston, S. C.
Tho society then adjourned to meet
on tho first Saturday in July next.
Du. D. W. BAY, President.
E. H. CLARKSON, Sec. aud Treas.
IRISH AGRICULTURE AND EMIGRA?
TION.-Tho agricultural statistics of
Ireland for thc year 18G7 havo been
published, and exhibit a melancholy
condition of affairs. They show a
decrease of 81,287 acres in tho land
under cultivation. Tho most marked
diminution is noticeable under tho
head of potatoes, .IS.OOO acres; oats,
39.000; wheat, 38,000. On tho oilier
baud, there is an increase in hay of
50,000 acres. On tho estimated pro?
duce, per statute acre, there is a
most glaring decrease of 2.5 tons in
the yield of flax, and 1.1 tons in the
yield of cabbages. A decrease in tho
total produco is shown in wheat,
632,000 bushels; barley, 10,400 bush
ols; rye, 4,320 bushels; mangold
wurtzel, 11,500 tons; cabbages, 156,
000 tons; and flax, 5,500 tons. An
increase is shown of 1,200,000 bush?
els in oats, and 396,000 bushels in
barley, 78,000 tons in potatoes, and
123,000 in turnips; hay, 191,000 tons.
The number of emigrants who left
Irish ports in 1867 was 81,700, being a
decrease of 19,500 compared with
1866. Tho number of males who
emigrated in 1867 was 45,800, being
14,800 less than in 18GG; tho female
amounted to 35,800, being a decrease
A WARNING FROM CALIFORNIA.
According to tho Sau Francisco
Bulletin, the State of California is full
of starving clerks and thriving labor?
ers. Every steamer "brings youug
fellows from New York, Boston,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, and even
from London, Glasgow, Franco and
Germany, lookiug for situations."
The condition of these young men is
thus decribed :
"Some have even been foolish
enough to throw up berths at home,
thinking that because California is a
prosperous country, clerks must be
in demand. When they get here
they walk the streets, bore their ac?
quaintances, prey upon their friends,
and are snubbed by strangers who
are weary of ausweriug the common
interrogatory, 'Do you want a clerk
in this establishment?' "
Men with trades, on the contrary,
are said to be generally prosperous;
and it has beeu proved that five years
of steady manual labor iii California,
at the present rates ofj wages, will
give a mau a good houso and a good
AMERICANS IN HONDURAS.-A cor?
respondent of tho Mobilo Register,
writing from Balizo, British Hondu?
"There are about 1,000 Americans
in this colony, who aro bona fule set?
tlers. They are scattered all over
the country, still there aro sevoral
neighborhoods that aro quite thickly
settled, viz. : there aro thirty Ameri?
can families living in close proximity
on tho Moho Uiver; a number of
families on South Santa Creek; seve?
ral on the Mullens Uiver, and eight?
een miles from tho city, on tho Man?
atee Uiver, are twenty-two families of
Americans, in a circuit of five miles.
Nearly all tho largo sugar planters
are scattered along Now Uiver. All
aro driving ahead at something and
doing well. But one mau that over
settled in the colony from tho States
has gone back.
The Worlil, which has played with
the Chase movement for tho past
week or two, now givos it the cold
shoulder, and thinks (in Saturday's
issue) that the Democratic party can
have no bond of fellowship with tho
frinoipal advocate of negro suffrage,
t has probably discovered this fact
at some cost, and we hope it will not
forget it, and that the leeson may not
bo lost upon those who have a desire
to follow strange political gods.
EATING HOUSE AT ALSTON.
PASSENGERS on tho Grconvillo and
Columbia Railroad, can get BREAK?
FAST and DINNER at Alston-ample timo
.Deo 27 MARY A. ELK IN A HON.
AT tho Ladies' Industrial Association,
Cheap CORSETS, of good shape; Cur
set Fronts, Tidoy and Spool Cotton, Work?
ing Materials of great variety, and New
Patterns for ladies' and children's under?
clothing. Orders arc solicited from ladies
and gentlemen, und every effort will bo
made to have them promptly tilled.
DR. D. L. BOOZER,
HAVING obtained from tho different
patentees of tho profession, oflico
rights of tho latest improvement in DEN?
TISTRY, is prepared to do all kinds of
DENTAL WORK with neatness, durability
and despatch, at tho very lowest rates.
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Oflico oa
Main stroet, Columbia. S. C., thrco doora
North of Agnew's. Vulcanized Rubber
Platos inserted it $'25._May 2 Iv
May 15 At Se?gors' Old Stand.
M. W. BYTHEWOOD,
Auctioneer and Cencral Commission Merchant
On Washington st., rear of A. To?eson's,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
rilHE above store having been rented, I
X um from this day prepared to receivo
consignments of Cotton, Coru, Flour,
Bacon, Groceries and Provisions in gene?
ral: also, Furniture, Dry Goods, Clothing,
From my experience of twenty years in
tho auction and commission business, in
this city, Charleston and Newberry, S. C.,
I hope to receivo a liberal share of patron
ago from my old friends and tho public
generally. Deo 19
Camden Street, rear of Gregg's Cliina Store.
J. CLENDIMNG, ... Proprietor,
HAVING thoroughly fitted up the above
establishment as a RESTAURANT,
I am prepared to furnish visitors with tho
best of EATABLES and DRINKABLES.
OYSTERS, GAME, FISH, MEATS, etc.,
prepared in tho very best style, bv ono of
tho finest cooks in tho ciiv. SUPPERS
furnished at Hbort notice. Families sup<
plied with OYSTERS at reasonable l?ricos
Choko WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
constantly on hand. LUNCH everv dav at
II o'clock. Dec io
TUE very important and extensivo
improvements which have recently
.been mado in this POPULAR HO?
TEL, tho largest in New England, enable
the proprietors to offer to tourists, families
and tho traveling public accommodations
ami conveniences superior to any other
hotel in tho city. During tho past sum?
mer, additions have been made of numo
rous suites of apartments, with bathing
rooms, water closets, Ac, attached; ono
of Tufts' magnificent passenger elevators,
the best ever constructed, con?oys gucBts
to tho upper story of tho houoo in one
minute; the ontries have been newly and
richly carpeted, and the entire house tho?
roughly replenished and refurnished
making it, in all its appointments, equal
to any hotel in tho country. Telegraph
Oflico, Billiard Halls and Cafe On first
lloor. LEWIS RICE A SON,
May G t3mn Proprietors.
IMPORTANT TO PLANTERS.
WE aro prepared to furnish, at short
notice, STANDARD AGRICULTU?
RAL IMPLEMENTS and MACHINES, at
THRESHERS, Separators, Hort-o-Pow
ers, Reapers, Mowers, Corn Planters,
Wheat Fans, Ac.
Solo agents for Middle and Western
Caroliua for J. W. Cardwell A Co.'s Agri?
cultural Implements, Gciser's Threshing
Machines, Harmon's Wheel-Horse Raker,
and tho celebrated Buck-Eye Mowing and
Heaniug Machines; and guarantee our
machines to work well.
Parties detering to purchase will IOHO
no time in addressing
FISHER A LOWRANCE,
April 2 Columbia. S. C.
ANOTHER EDITION just published,
being the 38th of thc POCKET JES
OUPALIU8, or Every One his own Doctor,
including a Treatise on Diseases of Fe?
males, Irregularities, Ac, with a hundred
engravings, explaining those diseases in
both sexes. By Wm. Young, M. D.
Every ono may conduct any case of se?
cret disoaao, solf-abuso or thoso distress?
ing diseases incidental to youth, manhood
or old age, without resorting to the quacks
of tba present day. Let no man contem?
plating marriage be another hour without
reading t his wonderful book, as it discloses
important secrets whioh should bo known
to them particularly; Let tho weak and
bashful youth who has ruined his consti?
tution by tho debasing habit of self-abuse
read this book. It will be sont to ali parts
of tho United States and Canadas for 50
cents, tar Send for Pocket Aesculapius.
DR. WM. YOUNG,
No. 416 Spruce st., Philadelphia, Penn.
June 24 f ly
Scrofula, or King'* Kvli, ?(l cured by
using Heinitdh's Queen's Delight.
A FEW WORDS TO TIIK LADIES.
Many ladies, particularly mothers nursing,
complain of a tired, listless feeling, or
completo exhaustion, on arising in thc
morning. On tho wifo and mother de?
volves the responsibility of regulating the
duties of tho household. Uer cares aro
numerous, and tho mental as well as
physical powers aro frequently called into
requisition. Sho often linds fier slightest
occupation a wcarv task and existence a
b?rden, while at the samo time sho has no
regular disnawo. HOSTETTER'S STO?
MACH BITTERS, if resorted to at this
period, will prove an unfailing rcmedv for
this annoying lassitude. Tho effects of
this potentagent aro soon scon in tho rosy
cheek and elastic step of thc head of tho
family, as with restored health and re?
newed spirits she takes her accustomed
placo in tho family circle. If this friend in
need ho regularly used, thoso depressing
symptoms will never bc complained of, and
not only would lassitude not bo expe?
rienced, hut many diseases following its
advent ho avoided. As a MEDICAL
AGENT, it has no equal, while its pleasing
flavor and healthful effects have mado it a
general favorite. It is freo from all pro?
perties calculated to impair thc system,
and its operations aro at onco mild, sooth?
ing and efficient. All who havo used tho
Bitters attest its virtues and commend it
to neo. Juno 9 fG
?MANHOOD."-Another Now Medical
Pamphlet from the pen of Dr. Curtis. Tho
Medical Times says of this work: "This
valuable treatise on the cause and euro of
premature decline shows how health is
?inpaired through secret abuses of youth
and manhood, and how easily regained. It
gives a clear synopsis of tho impediments
to marriage, the causo and effects of ner?
vous debility, and tho remedies therefor."
A pocket edition of tho above will bo for?
warded on receipt of sis stampe, by ad?
dressing Doctor Curtie, No. 1S9 F street,
Washington, D. C. May 27 ly
THE HOUSE and LOT on Richland
street, occupied at present by Capt.
R. D. Soon. Inquire at Office of tue
Southern Express Company. March 18
"~FOR SALE. "
At Palmetto Iron Works, Columbia, S. C.
125-HORSE POWER ENGINE, with
Tubular Boiler and Saw Mill, complete.
Will bo sold separately, if desired.
110 and 1 8-Horso Power ENGINE, suit?
able for plantation usc.
Keeps on hand Gin Segments, all sizes;
Plates and Balls for Cotton Screws; Sugar
Mills, with or it bout frames; all sizes.
Also, manu!, during Mcndenhall's Pa?
tent Hand or Power Loom. Ono can bo
seen in operation at tho Works.
Iron and Brass Castings mado to order;
Mill Gearing, Pulleys, Hangers and Shaft?
ing. Jobbing promptly attended to, and
all work warranted.
May 20 Imo GEO. A. SHIELT.S.
A RARE CHANCE.
AYOUNG LAWYER will find
RICE'S and CONNER'S LAW
DIGESTS, and the STATUTES AT
LARGE; also, RICE on BANK?
RUPTCY, JAMES on BANKRUPT?
DUFFIE & CHAPMAN'S
Bookstore, Davis' Building.
SALE OF TOWN LOTS
The New County of Pickens.
THE UNDERSIGNED, Commis?
sioners appointed by the Conven?
tion to select and locate the County
Site for the new Pickens County, will
sell to the highest bidder, at the new
location, on THURSDAY, tho 25th
of June next, the LOTS at Pickens
Court House, comprising respectively
half nero, ono and two acre lots,
judiciously laid out.
The location is near Hunter's store,
between Town aud Wolf Creeks,
fourteen miles from Old Pickens C.
H., twenty miles from Greenville C.
H., and seventeen miles from Pendle?
ton village, in a healthy section. The
location is a most desirable one,
being situated on a beautiful plateau
and surrounded by a fertile region,
with thrifty inhabitants.
There is on both Town and Wolf
Creeks fine WATER POWER, with
good. SAW MILLS, and an abun?
dance of tho best TIMBER near by.
Tho County Site is nearly equi?
distant between Keoweo and Saluda
Rivers, with n fine view of the moun?
tain scenery, and will command a
large and profitable trado from tho
mountains and from North Carolina.
TERMS OF SALE.-One-third cash;
balance in two instalments of sixty
and ninety days each. Purchasers to
give bond and surety for the pur?
chase money. Titles to be executed,
but not delivered until the bond for
the j) ii reliase money is fully paid.
Purchasers to pay extra for titles
JAMES LEWIS, Chairman,
JAMES H. AMBLER,
W. T. FIELD,
J. E. HAGOOD,
For further information, apply to
the undersigned, at Pickens 0. H.
J. E. HAGOOD,
Sec. and Treas. Board of Com.
May 2 ?8
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
_COLUMBIA. S. C.
New No. 1 Mackerel.
KA KITS No. 1 Bay MACKEREL
20 whole and half barrels No. 1
Bay Mackerel, for salo by
May 1 E. & Gr. P. HOPE.
THATCHES and JEWELRY RE
T T PAIRED by au experienced
and expeditious workman.
TN compliance with the request of
many lovers of tho game, my
SALOON has been RE-OPENEP.
A BAR is connected with the
Saloon, at which Seeger' UNADUL?
TERATED LAGER BEER can
always bo obtained; also, WINES,
BRANDIES, etc. G. PIERCES.
TO THE LADLES.
MES. C. E. REED 1ms
just received a splendid
assortment of PRESS
TRIMMINGS. Also, a
fresh supply of MILLI?
NERY GOOPS, of all
descriptions, at wholesale
and rotail. French Cor?
sets, Zephyr Worsted Hair Braids,
Curls, etc., which will bo sold very
PRESS-MAKING in all branches,
warranted to givo satisfaction.
Main street, over R. C. Anderson's
clothing store._April 22 Brno
?2jp? HAYING just received,
T^^^an addition to my former BL.
I ?""i"iatock of tho above, I Tl
offer, at low prices, a variety of
BEPSTEAPS, BUREAUS, SIDE?
BOARDS, CHAIRS, TABLES, PA?
TENT IRON BEDSTEADS, PA?
TENT COTS, PATENT SPRING
BEPS, SAFES, and other articles
too numerous to mention. FURNI?
TURE and MATTRESSES MAPE
TO ORPER. Particular attention
given to REPAIRING, PACKING
April 28 Opposite Masonic Hall.
PRS. REYNOLPS &
REYNOLDS are pre?
pared to furnish ARTI?
FICIAL TEETH on a larger scale
than heretofore, und at rates much
below the usual charges.
Their recent improvement, lately
patented, constitutes the highest
order of ort in this speciality, and is
fully warranted. Dentures con
Btruoted by this process possess many
advantages over gold plate work, and
nan be supplied at about half the cost
of thc latter.
Au examination of specimens,
especially by those having experience
in such matters, in respectfully invit?
ed. Ordinary VULCANITE RUB?
BER SETS S25. The same, strength?
ened by gold bauds, 835. Terms
cash. . April 30 J
Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs,
Greenlrier County, West Virginia.
THE undersigned, Lessees of this
old and well known WATERING
PLACE, announce that, encouraged
by the liberal patronage received last
season, they have largely added to
their accommodations, in comfort
and in appearance, and aro prepared
to entertain 1,500 guests.
Tho BATHING ACCOMMOPA
TIONS nro in fine order. HOT and
WARM 8UrTPHUR BATHS, so emi?
nently eftieacions in many case?, arc
at tho command of visitors nt all
hours. In addition to other amuse?
ments thev have provide 1 a new and
elegant BOWLING ALLEY and
BILLIARD ROOM, conveniently
located. Prof. Rosenbergers cele?
brated FULL BRASS BANP has
been engaged for the season. A
fooA LIVERY STABLE will be kept
on the premises.
The completion of tho Virginia
Central Railroad, to Covington,
leaves only twenty miles staging,
through a beautiful mountain coun?
try, over a well graded turnpike.
THUMB-83 per day, and $80 per
month. Children under ten years of
ago, and colored servants half price.
White servants according to accom?
modations. PEYTON & CO.
May 2 $15