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COLUMBIA, S. CL WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1868.
VOLUME IV-NO. I3?^.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TOI-WEEKLY.
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BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
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Lexington-B. J. Hayes.
J. "R/Allen, Chester.
S:?P. Kinard, Newberry C. H.
James Grant, Union.
Julius Poppo, Anderson C. H.
Democratic Barbecue In Christ
On Saturday last, a barbecuo was
given on the Georgetown Bead, about
four miles from Mount Pleasant, by
the Demooratio Club of Mount Plea?
sant, to the colored people of Christ
Church Parish. The invitation had
been extended some time before
hand, and proper means taken to
spread the news on the various plan?
tations. There are several thousand
colored people in the Parish, and it
was expected, that about 1,000 would
be present. Preparations were made
aocordiugly, and a bountiful supply
of eatables for that number of peo?
ple was furnished. "When the whito
people assembled, however, they
soon discovered that, notwithstand?
ing the big dinner which was offered
them free, the colored people were
not coming. In fact, not .more than
fifty colored persons appeared upon
the ground. On inquiry, it was
found that many more intended to
come, but had been prevented from
doing so by orders from the Union
League. This was somewhat dis?
heartening; but Hon. F. D. Richard?
son, who is the life of the Mount
Pleasant Democracy, determined to
make the best of circumstances, and
accordingly addressed the few color?
ed people present, in an earnest and
eloquent manner and at somo length.
He stated that the object of the bar?
becue was to enable them to hear
their former masters and friends in
vindication of themselves against the
false accusations and aspersions of
malicious men. The orders of the
League, that they should not attend,
showed a fear that they might be
convinced. Judge Richardson was
listened to throughout with profound
attention, and told such plain and
wholesome truths, that when he had
finished, his audience were interested
to hear more. He was followed by
Colonel B. H. Rutledge, who made a
capital stump speech, one that augurs
well for his success in the coming
canvass. He interested and amused
all his hearers; and if he convinced
none, he at least disposed the greater
part of them to listen favorably to
further argument on the same side.
Colonel Simonton followed with an
able, but plain and simple exposition
O? ??uiCcu f^'iuuliuuu?i, WHICH evident?
ly went home to the minds of his
hearers. When Colonel Simonton
had finished, everybody was invited
to dinner, and though they all held
back at first, as soon as one took the
lead all followed; and tho provisions,
including 1,600 loaves of bread, in?
tended for 1,000 people, were gener?
ously distributed among fifty. After
dinner, some sensible remarks were
*m made by a eolored man named Guy
Simons. When he concluded, Maj.
E. P. O'Brien, an ex-United States
officer, asked him a few questions,
and took the opportunity of making
a telling speech, containing much
plain truth and plainly spoken.
William Murro), a oolored Repub?
lican, next spoke; and he was an?
swered by Mr. Kinloch, a prominent
citizen; and by William Cooper, a
sound colored Demoorat. The meet?
ing then dispersed. What at first
looked like a failure, had, thanks to
tho determination of Judge Richard?
son, and the ability of the various
speakers, been turned to good ac?
count. What had been said had evi- !
dently made a deep impression on
those who heard; and ono prominent
colored man said to one of the
speakers: "There are not many
here to-day, sir. The people did not
understand. Next time you will not
be able to see the ground."
The first snow of the season fell on
the dome of Mt. Washington, on
Amoi Kendall on the Situation.
The venerable Amos'Kendall wroto
a letter to the D?mocratie. Club at
Washington City, on the occasion of
the great meeting in that city the
other night. This veteran politician
was one of the most prominent of
public men in other days. Like P.
P. Blair, the elder, he was one of the
ablest purlizan writers of his day;
and, like him, too, generally on the
winning side. He now takes the
most out-and-out stand for Seymour
and Blair, and the Constitution. We
make the following extract from his
long and able letter:
"What sort of peace is to bo ex?
pected in the South so long as white
people ' nre proscribod and negroes
allowed to govern, may be safely in?
ferred from tho condition of those
reconstructed States, Louisiana and
Tennessee. Their Governors and
Legislatures are calling for military
aid, avowing their incapacity to
maintain peace and enforce the laws
by the civil authorities. If this be
so, it is conclusive proof that con?
gressional reconstruction, as a means
of tranquilizing tho South, ia a fail?
ure. Tho road to peaoo is in another
direotion. Let Congress rotire with?
in tho limitations of tho Constitu?
tion. Let them abolish their test
oaths and romovo all their disabili?
ties. Let them restore to the Presi?
dent his legitimate functions, and
allow his pardons to have their con?
stitutional effect. Lot them strength?
en instead of weaken tho judiciary,
and sustain it in the full exercise of
its powers for the protection of both
the white and the black.
"Wipe out, as with a sponge, your
ex post facto legislation, and restore
to all the States their constitutional
rights. Do this, aud you will have
Eeace. The men whom you now
old disfranchised and have pushed
to the verge of despair will become
your sureties for tho preservation of
peace and the restoration of order.
"Reverse the picture, and what are
the prospects of this country? At?
tempt to sustain these negro govern?
ments by force, and you reduce tho
proscribed white men to despair.
Your army, instead of being reduced,
must be doubled. The taxes, in?
stead of being diminished, must be
increased. If Congress cannot (as
they have not) prevent an increase of
our frightful national debt in times
of peaco, what mountains must bo
added to it by a renewal of war?
And in the anarchy which must en?
sue, what is to become of our Repub?
INCENDIARISM TN FAIRFIELD-A
PACT FOR THE NORTH.-At a meeting
of at least a thousand blacks, held at
Blackstock, last Saturday week, and
attended by Loyal Leagues from
Chester and elsewhere, and which
perhops was the largest meeting of
blacks ever held in Fairfield District,
a gentleman informs us that he heard
the most popular of their speakers
use the following language:
"Now, my friends, you hear the
white people make a good deal of
talk about their heavy losses by
black men stealing. But do they lose
anything by it? No, they don't; for
yon work for them, and they got it
back in your labor. Suppose it's
something to eat that a black man
steals, it makes him stronger, and the
white peonle get it b?oV in his labor.
Suppose lie sells what he steals, and
buys clothing, don't he work for the
white people, and don't they get
back what he stole to buy clothes
with in his labor?" (Immense ap?
Is comment neccessary? We tell
the people of the North, that the pa?
tience and forbearance of Southern
men towards these foolish semi-bar?
barians, temporarily oonverted into
our rulers, finds no parallel in history.
Through large tracts of country, nine
tenths of the stock has been killed,
and small depredations without num?
ber are committed daily, which would
long sincu have exasperated any set of
Northern ?armers to an nncontrolablo
pitch of fury and vengeance.
MUNICIPAL- OFFIOERS-CITY COLUMBIA.
Con. J. P. THOMAS.
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The immense quantities of this invalu?
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Democratic National Convention.
Tho Democratic party, in National Con?
vention assembled, reposing its trust in
the intelligence, patriotism and discrimi?
nating justice ot tho people-standing
upon tho Constitution as tho foundation
aud limitation of tho powers of tho Go?
vernment, and the guaranteo of tho liber?
ties of tho citizon, and recognizing' the
questions of slavory and secession as
having boen settled, for all timo to come,
by the war, or tho vnlnutary action of tho
Southern States, in Constitutional Con?
ventions assembled, and never to bo re?
newed or re-agitated, do, with tho return
of peaco, demand:
1st. Immediato restoration of all thc
States to their rights in thc Union, under
tho Constitution, and of civil government
to tho American pooplo.
2d. Amnesty for all past political
offences, and tho regulation of tho electivo
franchiso in tho States by their citizens.
Sd. Payment of tho public dobt of the
United States as rapidly as practicable;
all moneys drawn from the people by tax?
ation, except so much as is requisito for
tho necessities of tho Government, econo?
mically administered, being honestly ap?
plied lo such payment; and, whero the
obligations of the Governmout do not
expressly state upon their faco, or tho
law under which they were issued does
not provide that they shall bo paid in
coin, they ought, in right and in justice,
be paid in the lawful monoy of tho United
4th. Equal taxation of every species of
property, according to its real valuo, in?
cluding Government bonds and other pub?
5th. Ono currency for tho Government
and tho people, tho laborer and tho office?
holder, the pensioner and the soldier, tho
producer and the bond-holder.
Gth. Economy in tho administration ol
thc Government; the reduction of the
standing army and navy; the abolition of
tho Freedmen's Bureau, and all political
instrumentalities designed to seenre
negro supremacy; simplification of the
system and discoutinuanco of inquisitori?
al modes of assessing and collecting inter?
nal revenue, so that tho burden of taxa?
tion may bo equalized and lessoned, the
credit of the Government and the curren?
cy mado good; tho repeal of all enact?
ments for enrolling tho Stato militia into
national forces, in time of peaco; and a
tariff for revonuo upon foroign imports,
and such ennui taxation, under tho inter?
nal revenue laws, as will afford incidental
protection to domestic manufactures, and
as will, without impairing tho revenuo,
impose tho least burden upon and best
promoto and encourago tho great indus?
trial interests of tho country.
7th. BefO'rm of abuses in tho administra?
tion, tho expulsion of corrupt mon from
ofiico, tho abrogation of useless offices,
tho restoration of rightful authority tc
and tho independence of the executive
and judiciary departments of tho Govern?
ment, tho subordination of the military tc
thc civil power, to tho ond that thc
usurpations of Congress and tho despot?
ism of tho sword may cease.
8th. Equal rights and protection foi
naturalized and native-boin citizens, al
homo and abroad; tho assertion of AUK ri
can nationality which shall command thc
respect of foreign po ivers, and furnish ai
oxample and encouragement to pcoph
struggling for national integrity, consti
tutional liberty and individual rights; anc
the maintenance of tho rights ol natural
?zed citizens against the absoluto doctrim
of immutable allegiance and tho claims o
foreign powers to punish them for allegei
crime committed beyond their jurisuic
In demanding theso measures and ro
forms, we arraign tho radical party for iti
disregard of right, and the unparalleled
oppression and tyranny which have mark
cu its career. After the mest solemn an?
unanimous pledge of both Houses of Con
gress to prosecute tho war exclusively fo
the maintenance of tho Government am
the preservation of tho Union, under th
Constitution, it has repeatedly violatoi
that most eacred pledge, under whicl
alono was rallied that noble voluntee
army, which carried our flag to victory.
Instead of restoring tho Union, it has
so far as is in its power, dissolved it. an
subjected ton States, in times of profoum
peace, to military despotism and nogr
It has nullified there thu right of tris
by jury; it has abolished tho habeas cot
rms, that most sacred writ of liberty; i
bas overthrown tho freedom of speech an
the press; it has substituted arbitrar
seizures and arrests, and military trial
and socret star-chamber inquisitions fe
tho constitutional tribunals; it has disrc
garded, in timo of peaco, tho right of th
people to bo free from searches and sch
ure?; it baa entered tho post andtelegrap
offices, and even tho private rooms of ir
dividuale, and seized their privato papci
and letters, without any specific chargo c
notice of affidavit, as required by the oi
ganio law; it bas convorted tho America
capitol into a baatile; it has established
system of spieB and official espionage t
which no constitutional monarchy of Et
ropo would now dare to resort; it has abc
baned the right of appeal on importan
constitutional questions to tho supren
judicial tribunals, and threatens to cu:
tail or destroy its original jurisdictioi
which is irrevocably vested hy tho Const
tution, while the learned Chiet Justit
has been subjected to the most atrociot
calumnies, merely becauso he would ni
prostitute his high office to tho support <
tho falso and partizan charges profcrrc
against tho President. Its corruption ar
extravagance have exceeded anythii:
known in history, and by its frauds ar
monopolies it has nearly doubled tho hu
don of tho debt created by tho war. It lu
stripped the President of his con st i tut io.
al power of appointment even of his ow
Cabinet. Under its ropeated assaults, tl
pillars of the Government aro rocking c
their base, and should it succeed in N
vombor next, and inaugurate its Presiden
we will meet, as a subjected and conquer*
pcoplo, amid the ruins of liberty and tl
scattered fragments of tho Constitutio
and we do declare and resolve that, ev
since the people of the United Stat
threw off all subjection to the Britii
crown, tho privilege and trust of auffrai
have belonged to the several States, ai
have been granted, regulated and co
trolled exclusively by the political pow
of ouch State respectively, and that any
attempt by Congress, on any pretext wkat
ovcr, to deprive any State of thia right, or
to interfere with its exercise, ia a flagrant
usurpation of power which can find no
warrant in the Constitution; and, if sanc?
tioned by tho pooplo, will subvert our form
of Government, and can only end in a
singlo centralized and consolidated Go?
vernment, in which tho separate existence
of tho States will bo entirely absorbed, and
an unqualified despotism bo established
in place of a Federal Union of co-equal
Htatos; and that wo regard tuc reconstruc?
tion Acts (so-called) of Congress as such
aro usurpations, and unconstitutional, re?
volutionary, and void; that our soldiers
and sailors, who carried tko flag of our
country to victory against a most gallant
and determined foe, must ovor bo grate?
fully remembered, and cl! the guarantees
given in their favor must be faithfully car?
ried into execution.
That tho public landa should bo distri?
buted aa widely as possible among tho
people, and should bo disposed of either
under tho pre-emption of homestead lands,
and sold in reasonable quantities, and to
nono but actual occupants, at tho miui
I mum prico established by the Government.
When grants of tho public lands may bo
allowed, necessary for tho encouragement
of important public improvements, tho
proceeds of tho salo of such lands, and not
tbe lands themselves, should be so ap?
That tho Frcsident of tho United States,
Androw Johnson, in exercising the power
of his high offico in resisting tho aggres?
sions of Congress upon tho constitutional
rights of tho States and tho people, is en?
titled to the gratitudo of tho whole Ameri?
can pcoplo, and in behalf of tho Democra?
tic party, wo tender him our thanks for his
patriotic efforts in that regard.
Upon thia platform, tho Democratic
party appeal to every patriot, including all
tho conservativo olement and all who de
airo to support tho Constitution and ro
storo tho Union, forgetting all past differ?
ences of opinion, to unito with us in the
present great struggle for tho liberties of
tho pcoplo; and that to all euch, to what?
ever party they may havo heretofore be?
longed, wo oxtend tho right hand of fel?
lowship, and hail all such co-operating
with us aa friends and brcthron.
Tbc. (So-Callcd) Legislature of South
Carolina-Status and Color.
Tho following is believed to bo a correct
list of tho individuals at present holding
high court in Janncy's Hall, and called
tho Legislature. Tho Diatricts (or Coun?
ties) which they claim to represent have
not been specified, from tho simplo fact
that many of tho so-called hail from very
remote points. If wo havo accidentally
made a black man whito, or vice versa, wo
hopo tho unintentionally slandered indi?
vidual will inform us at once, so that thc
correction can bo made. Those who aro
known to be Democrats aro marked with
Boozer, L., Tres't, Hayes, E. S. J.
Arnim, Frank Jillson, J. K.
Allen, James M. Leslio, 0. P.
?Buck, H. Montgomery, C. W.
.Bioman, D. Owons, Young J. P.
Corbin, D. T. Rutland. J. M.
Coghlan, T. J. *Reid, J. H.
Dickson, E. E. Roso, W. E.
Donaldson, R. J. 'Rodgers, T. A.
Duncan, H. W. *Sima. R. M.
.Foster, Joel Whittomoro, B. F.
Hoyt. W. R.
Cain, R. H. Rainey, J. H.
Hayne, H. E. Swaila, S. A.
Maxwell, H. J. Wright, J. J.
Nash, W. B. Wimbuuh, Lucius
Randolph, B. F. *Young, Valentino
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Bishop, W. A. McIntyre, George F.
Berry, B. F. 'Moore, John B.
.Bullock, Zadoc Milford, T. B.
.Bryant, Javan Martin, James
Collina, Wm. S. Miller, Franklin F.
.Clyburn, T. Frank Mixson, W. J.
Crows, Joseph Neaglo, J. L.
1 lennis, John B. O'Connoll, P. J.
Dusenberry, George Pettengill.Charl'a H,
Dnvall, Lewis W. Root, T.
.Doyle, O. M. "Sloan, Frank
DeMars. Francis *Stowart, Wm. G.
.Field, Wm. T. Stoeber, E. M.
Feriter, John H. Stoibrand, Carlos J.
Haves, Evans 'Smith, Itobert M.
Uolliman, G. S.ubhs, T. B.
Hyde, John B. Tomlineon, Reuben
.Tonks, Joseph H. Tinsley, Samuel
Jackson, B. F. ?Turner, Claude C.
Kuh, CharloB 8. ?Waller, W. W.
.Keith, W. C. ?Wilson, John
?Lewio, G. A. Wooley, John
Lang, Jordan Webb. Henry W.
.Littlejohn, Sam. Moses, F. J., Jr., Spr
Bosoman, Benj. A. Leo, Goorge
Bennett, George A. Lee, Samuel J.
Brodie, Win. J. Mayer, Julius
Brown, Stephen Morrison, Wm. C.
Burton, Barney McKinlay, Wm.
Boston, John McKinlay, W. J.
Boston, Josoph Mickey, Edward
Cain, Lawrence McDamels, Harry
Cain, Edwin J. Mobloy, Juno
Cooke, Wilson Mays, James P.
Chestnut, John A. Mead, J. W.
DoLarge, Robert C. NOIBOU, Wm.
Drittle, Wm. Nash, Jonas W.
Elliott, R. B. Ntickles. Samuel
Ezekiel, Philip E. Purvis, H. W.
Farr, Simon Perrin. W?do
Gray, Wm. H. W. Prondegrass, Jeff.
Gardner, John Ransior, Alonzo J.
Grant. John G. Richardson, Thoa.
Goodson, Alsop Rnsh, Alfred
Harris, David Rivers, Prince R.
Hayne, Charles D. Smalls, Robert
Hayne, Jamos N. Smith, Abraham
Humphries, Barney Saunders, Sancho
Hut son, James Shrewaberry, H. L.
Henderson, Jamos Smythe, Fowoll
Johnson, D. J. J. Saaportas, T. K.
Johnson, Henry Simons, Wm.
Johnston, Wm. E. Smiloy, James
Johnson, Samuel Scott, Robert F.
Johnson, Gritfin Thompson, Bonj. A.
Jacobs, Henry Thompson, Sam. B.
James, Burrel Thomas, W. M.
James, Henry .Valontino, R. M.
Jones, Wm. H. Wilder, Charles M.
Jervey, Wm. Whipper, W. J.
Lomax, Hutson J. White, J. H.
Wright, John B.
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Juno 13 BRYAN tc McCARTER'S.
Purifies tlie Blood?
For Salo tay Druggists Everywhere.
July 21_llTTlyr _
\T7T3HART'S PINE TREE TAR COE
Vy DIAL, for Consumption, &o.
Stafford's Olivo Tar, for Bronchitis,
Wistar's Balaam Wild Cherry.
Jayne's Expectorant, Jayne's Caxxninar
Ayer'e Chery Pectoral,
Stanley's Great Cough Remedy*
Tho famous Quaker Liniment.
All for sale by
FISHER Sc HELNITSH,
"BACON MOLASSES, &C.
5 hhds. Primo Bacon Shoulders,
6 casks First Quality Orango Hams,
150 sacks Country Flour,
15 hhds. Cuba and Muscovado Molasses*.
For salo low for cash onlv by
April 19 E. tc G. D. HOPE.
See ! Call and See ! !
large and well
to be suited na
the above ar?
ticles will do well by calling at my atora
before purchasing elsewhere.
On hand, with new lots continually arriv?
ing, tho following lines of wares:
REPAIRING, in all its branches, neatly
executed, and with dc.patch, by
Sign of the Green Spectacles;
Ono door below Phoenix Office,
Main street, Columbia, 8. C.
Camden Sireei, rear of Gregg's Cftina Storr.
J. CLENDINING, - - - Proprietor.
HAVING thoroughly fitted up the abor?
establishment as a RESTAURANT?
I am prepared to furnish visitors with tho
best of EATABLES and DRINKABLE?.
OYSTERS, GAME, FISH, MEATS, etc.,
prepared in the very best style, by ono of
the finest cooks in the city. SUPPEBS
furnished at short notice. Families sup?
plied with OY8TER8 at reasonable pri?es.
Choice WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS,
constantly on hand. LUNCH every day at
II o'olook. _Pee!?
1 rvrv LB8. Pure Spanish SMOKIfTG
1UU TOBACCO, "
100 lbs. Lone Jack Smoking Tobacco.
For salo low by E. ? G. D. HOPE
July 10 _t_
BBLS. SODA BISCUIT.
fi Ginger Schnapps.
?' Buttor Crackers.
Also, Fancy Crackers, Egg Biscuit,
Cream Biscuit, Nonpareil Biscuit, Ace., te
aaloby_J. ic T. R, AGNEW.
SOLUTION CITRATE MAGNEE IA?
Chesnut Grove Whiskoy,
For sale by
FISHER &. HEINITSH,
Juno 5 Pharmacists.
Machine Oil and Belting.
FOR sale by
May 31 FISHER A LOWRANCE.