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BY JULIAS'1!'SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C.. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 1868. : VOLUME IV-NO. 8&:
?UBIJ?ir=? DAILT JOTO TOI-'WEBm.T.
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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
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Lexington-B. J. Hayes.
J. R. Allon, Chester.
S. P. Kin ard, Newberry C. H.
James Grant, Union. '
Julina Ponoe* Anderson C. H.
Hon. A. H. Stephens on the Situation.
Mr. Sterjhens held a conversation a
few days since at the White Sulphur
Springs, with a Correspondent of the
New York Herald. We give Ids most
"How do you regard the present
condition of the country, Mr. Ste?
phens?" I commenced.
"As.' exceedingly doplornble. The
lost vestiges of constitutional freedom
are rapidly disappearing, and we are
fast verging into centralization and
despotism. Unless some wonderful
change takes placo-unless tho people
of the North exercise that wisdom
for whioh Americans have been so
remarkable in the past, though they
seem to have lost it latterly-the
world shall ere long witness the estab?
lishment of an empire on the ruins
o? thia once great republic. The
measures inaugurated by tho domi?
nant party, are the surest indications
of coming despotism. Without a
political revolution occurs mean time,
the Government will he merged into
a despotism-an empire. If Grant
is elected next November, I never
expect to see another Presidential
"Whai is your opinion of Grant,
^ "That Le is entirely under-rated by
the country and the press. I know
him very well. He is a remarkable
man, and one that few appreciate; of
decided military-genius, indomitable
energy and determined will; jost the
man for a coup d'etat, such as the pre?
sent Emperor "Louis Napoleon per?
formed when he placed himself on
the throne of France."
"Do yon know the other candi?
dates; and what would result from
the election of Seymour and Blair?"
"Blair I know; Colfax I know;
Seymour I don't know. They are all
very clever, good fellows. Blair and
Colfax I served in Congress with ;
and, personally, I have no objection
to any of them. Blair is a man of
ability, integrity and oharocter; so is
Seymour, as far as I know; and
Colfax may be placed in the same
category, But it is not the men; it
is not Grant and Colfax; it is not
Seymour and Blair, that are to be
regarded in the next election. It is
the principles they represent that
are at issue. The fight is not
against Grant and Colfax, but against
the iniqnity of the dominant party
that has brought the country to the
verve of ruin, and threatens finally
to destroy it."
"How would the Southern people
act with regard! to universal suffrage,
^ in the event of tue success of Seymour
"They would abide by judicial
deoisions;. and there is httle doubt
that all this party legislation to secure
power would be overthrown. Con?
ventions would be called, and the
people would regulate suffrage as
best they thought proper. I believe
a system of qualified suffrage on an
educational basia would be generally
adopted in tho South in such an
"Do you anticipate any trouble
during the Presidential election be?
tween the races in the newly-recon?
"No; except when it ia provoked
by the unprincipled whites who have
associated themselves with the ne?
groes to get office. Tho whites will
remain, os they have been, peaceable
and quiet, relying mainly on the
North for deliverance from the fright?
ful oondition in whioh they are placed.
The cry of the radicals, 'let us have
peace, means let us have war. They
desire it, and to make political capital
inaugurate riot and bloodshed, if not
thwarted by tho forbearance of tho
whites. They raise Hie ory that the
South wants war. They lie when
they say it. The Southern people
have no means to make war; no dis- j
position to fight; no epemy to meet.
Peace k,is all th ev wish for, and the
civil h ucl ty whiCn, ns civizens Ox ?/uis
republic, they aro entitled to."
"Wonld the negroes resortjto arms,
in case they were' deprived of suf?
"If they would and did, and fought
for it, they would then certainly bo
entitled to it; but as a body, or a
people, they would not do it. An
occasional instance there might be
among them of men who would,
under the inspiration and guidance
of whites, clamor for the right of
suffrage; but so rnre as to be scarcely
noticeable. As a race, n people, they
do not appreciate-liberty. It is not
in their natures. r They are simply
children of the sun, with none of the
genuine aspirations of the whites to
be free. But if an evidence of what
I say were wanted, I can point to
Tennessee, where 80,000 whites
Anglo Saxons-have been disfran?
chised, and they do not resort to
arms. In Georgia there are 25,000,
and throughout the South in the
same proportion; bnt we hear of no
insurrection or rebellion on this ac?
count. Therefore, it is clear the ne?
gro will scarcely fight under the samo
circumstances, notwithstanding that
it may bu said, 'and tho colored troops
fought bravely.' "
"How do you regard the finauces
of the country, and are the Southern
people in favor of paying the national
4 'I am precisely of the same opinion
aa Mr. Pendleton, on tho subject of
tho finances. His views accord with
mine fully. Deal frankly with tho
bond-holder, without speculating on
him, and without allowing him to
speculate on tho public. Keep good
faith with public creditors, and thus
sustain it. But first restore constitu?
tional freedom, reduce taxation, abo?
lish the freedmen's bureau, and all
other channels of corruption, and
enfranchise every white man now dis?
franchised, and then yon will find
public credit good and gold at par.
As to the payment of the debt, witt
a reduction of the annual expenditure
from $400,000,000 to $40,000,100, il
would soon be paid, and no people
would be more anxious to sustain the
national honor than would the South
ern people. A noted fact in our his
tory has been that, however lavis!
Southerners were in their persona
expenditures, they were always sting]
and economical in public pecuniar]
nflairs, and always jealously guarded
their public honor. Some mich
attempt to refute this, by saying tba
Mississippi refused to pay her bonds
but they were few who knew th<
character of the class of bonds sh
repudiated, and the circumstance
under which it was done."
"Have the Southern people an;
desire to pay the Confederate debt?'
"None that I am aware of. First
because of their inability; and next
because they have already repudiated
Two things that the United State
Government were very fooish in dein,
at the close of the war, was the arres
of Davis and the demand that th
Confederate debt should be repu
diated. While I do not anticip?t
that it will ever be paid, or any ai
tempt be made to pay it; still, if snc
be the case, it will be altogether du
to that forced amendment requirin
At this juncture, Mr. Stephens re
mombered he had an engagemeni
and with his usual punctuality ho le:
the cottage to keep it, after wishin
me a very good evening.
I STILL LIVE.
THE groat SUMTER BITTERS liai
only to bo tried to bo appreciated, i
a summer tonio and invigorating med
cine, none is equal to it; as a stomach a
potizer and a promotor of digestion, it
tho best Bitters out. Only try it, and yoi
experience will attest the truth of 01
advice For Bale wholesale and retail, 1
FISHER & UKIN IT rill, Druggists.
May 17 _t
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ENAMELED and PLAIN SAUCE PAN
FURNACES, Ac., Ac, just roceiv
and for sale, low, by
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New Family Flour.
2AAA POUNDS EXTRA F AMII
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made on the Continent of America. I
Bale by _E. &> G. D. HOPE
Seeds, Landreth's Seeds.
WINTER DUTCH TURNIP SEED,
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Large Globo Turnip Seed,
Largo Norfolk Turnip 8ood,
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iXj low by E. ? G. D. HOP2
The oua to m of allowing the bride a
monopoly of tba wedding presents
was not adhered to at a recent fa?
shionable wedding in St. Louis. The
groom was substantially remembered
in a special doucour, tho donor of
which was the bride's mother. In a
silver pitcher was a plain-looking bit
of paper, which was .found to be, by
those who had the curiosity to ex?
amine it, a check in his favor for
Tho foreman of a job room of a
St. Louis newspaper turned out the
whole edition of a pamphlet on the
"Life and Assassination of Abraham
Lincoln," with the startling caption:
"The Life and Assignations of Abra?
ham Lincoln." The blunder is un?
derstood to have cost him his place.
Tho following advertisement ap?
pears in a London paper: To medei
cal men-A lady of title will give
?100 a year to have a favorite spaniel
dog taken caro of whilst she is
abroad. A preference given where
there are no children or other ani?
mals. References required. Address
hy letter in first instance-.
Francis Todd, nbont twenty-one
years of age, was bitton in the hand
by a small dog, in New Haven, two
or three weeks ago, and died on
Monday evening last of hydropho?
bia. The wound in his hand was
very slight, and no ill effects were
apprehended until Sunday, when it
first grew painful.
One of the Methodist brethren in
Waterbury, Couueoticut, was lately
giving in a religious meeting the ex?
perience of himself nud family, say?
ing, among other things, that "his
first wife was a very good woman,
but she sickened and died in a happy
frame of mind, and be should be re?
joiced if his present partner would go
just the same way."
A young lady, in Riohmond, re?
cently, paddled a would-be burglar
so severely with a press-hoard, that
it4is thought he will be unable to sit
down for some time. She found the
intruder nuder her bed, and, seizing
the press-board, accelerated his
Not typographical, it is true, but
none the less amusing aro the follow?
ing: An honest farmer writes to the
chairman of an agricultural society :
"Gentlemen please put me down on
your list of cattle for a bull."
Brigham Young says Salt Lake
City has 20,000 population.
The Fenians of Oregon have re?
cently got themselves a new uniform.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL creditors of J. FOSTER MAR?
SHALL deceased, and of JESSE
DEBBUHL, deceased, are hereby required
to present and provo their demands before
me, on or before the lBt day of NOVEM?
BER next, or be barred.
WM. H. PARKER, C. E. A. D.
COSTMMSIONEB'S OrncE, July 29, 1868.
District Court of the United States
for the District of South Carolina.
?N the matter of MOSES WIN8TOCK,
Bankrupt. District of South Carolina.
A Warrant in Bankruptoy has been issued
by said Court against tho catato of Moses
Willatook, of tho County of Richland and
State of South Carolina, in said District,
who bas been duly adjudged a Bankrupt,
upon petition of his creditors: and the
payment of any debts and the delivery of
any proporty, belonging to said bankrupt,
to him, or to his uso, and the transfer of
any property by him, are forbidden bylaw.
A meeting of tho creditors of said bank?
rupt, to prove thoir debts, and chooso one
or moro assignees of his estate, will bo
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden
at Columbia, in said District, on the fifth
day of October, A. D. 1868, at tu o'clock M.,
at tho otiicc of Mesara. Melton A Moiton,
Attorneys at Law, Court House Square,
before Henry Summor, Esq., one of the
Regiaters in Bankruptcy of ?mid District.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal for said District.
State South Carolina, Richland Co.
By W. Hutson Wigg, Judge of Probate for
WHEREAS, JOSEPH P. NEWSOM
hath applied to mo for letters of ad?
ministration on tho estato of ROBERT
NEWSOM, lato of tho aforesaid County,
These aro, therefore, to cite and ad?
monish all and singular tho kindred and
creditors of tho said deceased, to be and
appear before me at our next Court of
Probate for the said County, to be holden
at Columbia, on MONDAY, tha 14th day
of September, inst., at 10 o'clock'A. M., to
show cause, if any, why the said adminis?
tration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand and ?eal of the
Court, this 3lfct day of August, A. D.
1868, and in the ninety-third year of
W. HUTSON WIGG,
Judge of Probate Court, Richland Co.
Sept 1_tul B12
"VTOTIOE is heroby given that applica
131 cation will bo made-, in throe months
from thia date, At tho Stato Treasury, for
a renewal of Certificate of State Stock,
No. 02, dated Notembor 27, 1867, to H. B.
Mills, Or awrfgna-the original of which
has boen lost or doetroyed.
B. B. MILLS.
1 AnousT 4,1868. Aug 7 fm26
' FALLACIES OX? THE FACULTY.
The stomach is the ruling organ of the
system. If the digestion is imperfect,
every momber, every gland, every muscle,
every norve and fibre is moro or less out
of order. All tho fluids aro depraved. Tho
brain is clouded. Tho spirits aro de?
pressed. All dyspeptics know thia to be
tho truth. It is not, however, hr.lf tho
truth. Columns would bo required to enu?
merate tho pains and penalties of dyspep?
sia, nor could any pen do them justice.
Tens of thousands feel them; no mau can
Can they bo prevented? Can thoy he
relieved? Can they be banished at onoo
and forovor? Unquestionably thoy can.
No dyspeptic has evor takon HOSTET
TER'S STOMACH BITTEBB in vain. Be
lievo no ono who says tho complaint ia
incurable. This great vegetable stomachic
will eradicate it-ts eradicating it in thou?
sands of cases over which medical practi?
tioners have Bhakon their hoads ominously,
saving, "Nothing can bo done."
Tho faculty has its fallacies. Ono of
them is that indigestion 1B tho most diffi?
cult of all tho ordinary ailmonts of man?
kind to combat and subdue. This is a
mistake. Nothing can bo easier than to
conquer it if the frue specific bo adminis?
tered. This vegetable combination, which
has become famous throughout the civi?
lized world aa Hostotter's Stomach Bitters,
is an autidote to tho disease, which has
never been known to fail, and fortunately
it is everywhero procurable. If you wien
to foul with tho dyspepsia, try tho pharma?
copoeia prescriptions. If you want to root
il out, and prevent its recurrence, take the
Bitters daily. There is no discount on the
testimony in its favor. If there is a man
or woman who has over tried it for indi
?cation without being benefitted, tho fact
as not transpired. Universal, uncontra
dicted praiao avouches its wonderful tonic
virtues._Sept 2 fg
??MANHOOD."-Another New Medical
Pamphlet from tho pen of Dr. ?urtis. Thc
Medical Times says of this work: "Tint
valuable treatise on tho causo and euro ol
premature decline shows how health ii
impaired through secret abuses of youtl
and manhood, and how easily regained. Il
gives a clear synopsis of tho impediment!
to marriage, the cause and effects of ncr
vous debility, and the remedies thorefor.'
A pockot edition of the abovo will bo for
warded on receipt of 25 Cents, by ad
dressing Doctor Curtis, No. 139 F street
Washington, D. C. May 27 ly
State South Carolina-Itichland Dist
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Horace L. Emery Sc Son vs. Albert B. Col
WHEREAS, the plaintiff did, on the 2<
dav of March, in the year ono thou
Band eight hundred and sixty-eight,"fil
bia declaration against the defendant
who (as it is said) is absent from an
without the limits of thia State, and ha
neither wife or attorney, known within th
same, upon whom a copy of tho said de
claratiou might be served.
It ia therefore, on motion of Baohma
Sc WatiuH, ordered, that the said defer
dant do appear and plead to the said de
claratiou on or before the 3d day of MARC?
in tho year of our Lord one thousan
eight hundred and sixty-nine, othorwie
final and absolute judgment will thon b
given and awarded against him.
D. B. MILLER, C. ?. P.
Clerk's Office, Richland District, Marc
2, 1868._March 5 5q
State South Carolina-Richland Dis
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
C. H. Baldwin Sc Co. vs. Thoa S. Nicko:
WHEREAS tho Plaintiffs did, on th
11th day of NOVEMBER, 1807, fi
their declaration against the Defendan
who, as it is said, is absout 'ron!, au
without the limits of this State, and he
neither Wife nor Attorney known withi
tho samo, upon whom a copy of thc sai
declaration might be served.
It is, therefore, on motion of F. W. Mi
Master, Esq., Plaintiff's Attorney, ordere
that the said Defendant do appear ar
plead to the said declaration on or befoi
the 12th day of NOVEMBER, which wi
be in the year of our Lord ono thousar
eight hundred and sixty-eight; otherwii
final and absolute judgment will then 1
given and awarded against him.
D. B. MILLER, C. C. P.
Clork's Office, Richland District, Nover
ber ll, 1867._Nov 12 q5
C. M. Furman, Trustee, vs. the Greonvil
and Columbia Railroad Company,
IN pursuance of tho decretal order
June 10, 1868, tho Creditors of tl
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Cot
pany, whoso Bonds against tho said Coi
pany are secured by any hon in tho natu
of a mortgage, whether first mortgage
otherwise, whether said mortgage h
been oxecutcd by the Company or is in tl
nature of a statutory hen, are hereby r
quired to prove their demands before m
"designating the security claimed as th
claimed to bo for tho security of tho bon
ao proved," on or befoYe the lat day
D. B. DBSAUSSURE, 0. E. R. D.
July 12_ ?>
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South of thc Old Post Offioo,
Charleston. 8. C.
BRINLEY'S PATENT PLOUGHS, and a
full Stock of HArdwaro and Agricultura:
Implements, for sale low, wholesalo ?nd
retail._July 9 eow6
ii Ii LS. SODA BIoC u IT.
X> " Sugar Crackors.
ft Ginger Schnapps.
?. Butter Crackers. .
Also, Fancy ' Crackers, Egg Biscuit,
Cream Biscuit, Nonpareil Biscuit, Ac., for
aale by_ J. A T. R. AGNEW.
PINE TESE CORDIAL.
WIBHART'S PINE TREE TAB COB
DIAL, for ConBumptlon, Ao.
Stafford's Olive Tar, for Bronchitis,
Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry.
Jayno'a Expectorant, Jayno*f> Carmina?
Ayer'? Chery FeotqrAl,
Stanley's Groat C?iif h Remedy,
The fAmone Quaker' Uniment.
AU for salo by
June ll ._Druggists.
BACON MOLASSES, ?0.
LBS. Choice BACON,
randa. Prims Bacon Shoulders,
casks First Quality ,Or?ngo flams,
180 sacks Country Flour,
15 hhds. Cuba and Mueeovado Molasses.
For aale low for cash only by_
April 19 E. A G. D. HOPE.