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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Wednesday Morning, July 7,1869.
ANOTHER DONATION TO THU PEABODY
EDUCATIONAL FOND.-Mr. George Pea?
body has added $1,000,000 iu railroad and'
other bonds, mostly Southern, to the
Peabody ?ducation fand, so-called, and
$384,000 in Florida six per cent, bonds,
and over-due coupons. The entire fund
now consiste of $2,000,000 yielding inte?
rest; the annual revenue from which is
more than $180,000, and $1,500,000
more in Southern State securities, pay?
ment of which is suspended. Should
these be paid, the annual income of the
trust will be $225,000-sufficient, under
judicious management, to support good
common schools for at least 6,000 pupils.
The trustees at present aro Mr. Robert
O. Winthrop, of Massachusetts; Bishop
Charles P. Moll vainc, of Ohio; Admiral
D. G. Farragut, of the navy; Messrs.
John H. Clifford, Wm. Aiken, Wm. A.
Graham, C. Macalister, Samuol Wet?
more, George Peabody Russel, George
N. Eaton, Samuol Watson and Dr.
Barnas Sears, the general superintendent
- , + ?1? .. .
EXPLANATION WANTED;-The radical
organs of the North continue to assert
?hat the perpetrators of the murder of
Atkins and one or two others in Georgia
are well known and that they could be
arrested at any hour if the Georgia au?
thorities wished tc arrest thom. The as?
sertion is as foolish as it is false. Its
authors know that President Grant,
several weeks ago, instructed his own
military commander in Georgia to use
the force under him to aid the civil au?
thorities in discovering and arresting the
murderers and bringing them to justice,
and that the commander replied prompt?
ly that it should be done. Why, then,
is it not done? If tho criminals are
known and oan be arrested ia an hour,
why, after weeks and woeks, with Grant's
military at work, are they not arrested?
Have the military been bribed? Havo
they turned rebels? What can the mat?
ter be? Who knows but they have found
out that all the killing has been done by
negroes and aro carefully concealing tho
fact for tho good of the nd ministration
and tho honor of tho negro race?
DisanACFUii TO RADICALISM.-Tho
military satrap in Mississippi, nearly
three years ago, acting under tho au?
thority of Congress, gave notice that
any oitizen who should dismiss, or evan
threaten to dismiss, negroes from hie
service for voting with the radical party
would be punished, and General Canby
has just put a man on trial in Virginia
for saying that he would dismiss his ne?
gro hands for voting with his enemies.
And yet it is a fact that the Grant ad?
ministration, before it had lived through
the period of a puppy's blindness, issued
an official order, that all the tens oi
thousands of laborers in its employ, whe
were not of its party, should bo driven
out to feed or starve, live or die, os the j
might! Is there any undiscovered dcptl
of shame, asks the Louisville Courier
Journal, left for radicalism to root dowi
to? Messrs. Grant & Co. act on the as
sumption that a mah hos not so mud
right to select the labor for his own farn
as they have to select that for tho navy
yards and work-shops belonging to tin
ooo nt ry.
? o ? ?
No one can read the gasconading
grandiloquent reports made by eithe
side in the Cuban war, without confess
ing himself totally at a loss how far t<
credit the information received from tba
island. Snch alarming ' discrepancy ii
casualties uniformly appears at the ex
pense of the onemy, and the battles ar
conducted so rc:y leisurely, being in on
instance adjourned on account of i
shower, that v$o ar? afforded reason ti
doubt whether any engagement, worth;
of the name, has yet been fought. I lo\
far thc Fabian policy may serve tho in
terests of the revolutionists, it is inipos
siblc for us to estimate, but unless the;
exhibit a little more dash than hereto
fore, American onthusiasm in their be
half must wauo. Spain is said to b
getting tired of the Cubau war, aud i
proof of it thc Impartial, one of th
leading Spanish journals, makes a vcr;
strango statement. It says that agent
of tho Government havo been sent abou
to the newspnpor offices to tamper wit
the press, with a view to obtaining it
advocacy for tho sale of Cuba to th
United States. The Spanish causo i
Cuba is by no means hopeless, but th
cost of carrying on thc p. cont demil tor
war nt snch a distance is too bnrdensom
to ba longer endured. The Spanish Gc
vernment think they may as well have
good round sum for their Hue possobsior
aud thoy havo, according to thc indip
nant Inpartial, invited tho press to gt
up an agitation on tho subject.
Miss Muggie lt. Lee died very Mulder
ly in Charleston, on Monday last. Sh
attended church the day before.
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MEXICO.-Tho New York Time* no?
tices the politico" changes in Mexico
which have eventuated in making Juarez
dictator, wita s coatoeil of eight-and
twenty of the most' prominent ot its
Congress, to aid him in his new and
formidable task. It cannot entirely
blame the Juarez Administration for ita
action, because it thinks the necessity
for it was io some measure forced upon
its devisors by fate. It anya the per?
petual revolts in Sonora, ?Siunion, Chi?
huahua, Durango'and California; the'
lawnessness of 'bandits and guerilla
chiefs in Cobaliuiln, Zacatecas and
Guadalajara? tho frequent outbreaks in
Gu oner o -and Oaxaca; the plots in
Puebla, the constant unsettled condi?
tion of Yucatan, have kept the whole
republic in a broil, now North, now
South, now West, while the weakness
and corruption of the Government have
been aggravated by tho condnct of the
S tato authorities. It adds:
"That dark days have oome iu tho
Mexican Calendar is clear; Dor does it
neod a prophet to foretell that worso re?
main behind. Should Juarez uso his
new power to strengthen his position,
control the eleotions, pat down his rivals,
and clear the roads of robbers, the result
would probably be a centralized govern?
ment, moro powerful than has ever been
known ia Mexico, but with the rights of
States encroached upon unlawfully. The
probabilities are, however, that his op?
portunities will be frittered away; that
his assumption, of control will be the
signal for revolution through tho repub?
lic; nod ? revolution, too, which he will
not be able to direct."
Mrs. -Gui?es publishes in the New Or?
leans Times a card in relation to the suit
recently instituted against her in that
city. She says that several of those
whose names appear as plaintiffs in that
suit have assured her that they never
gavo any authority to any person to in?
stitute proceedings. She further says
that the possession of her property is
only a question of time, and adds: "For
years I Bavo borne every species of per?
secution until forbearance has now
ceased to be a virtue. But from all
thoso who meet me amicably, I will still
entertain propositions for compromise
in the spirit of liberality which I have at
all times heretofore evinced."
INSULTS TO THE DEAD.-Late on Fri?
day evening, when the remains of Col.
J. lt. Branch were being carried into his
late residence, on Broad street, a party
of disorderly negroes who were passing
cried out, "Fellows, here's one moro vote
less;" anil another said, "Yes, and there
will be many more before tho election
comes off," and the whole crowd broko
out in a disgusting horse-like laugh.
These words were not spoken in the or?
dinary tono of conversation, but yelled
out ns if intended to reach not only tho
ears of by-standors, but also members of
tho family. Bat a Abort while before
this, the "band" of Lo wis Lindsay stop?
ped before the same house and com?
Tho Kingdoms of Sweden and Den?
mark aro to be again wedded on the 27th
of July in the persons of Prince Loais,
heir to the throne of the latter country,
and the Princess Louise, who is next in
succession to the crown of Sweden. Only
one trifling obstacle exists to mar the
perpetuity of that union, and that is
tho people of the two countries hate each
other cordially. It will not bo tho first
time their destinies have been thus
united, bat suoh unions have always
failed utterly to bring about ono of feel?
ing or to remove in any way tho tradi?
tional and hereditary hatred of the rival
Tho historians who have been vexing
their hearts over the persistent refusal
of tho War Department to grant them
access to the archives of the Confederate
Government might better have possessed
their souls in patience. It is reported
that tho President is about to throw
open these records, under proper restric?
tions, tb all applicants. The New York
Tribune says that if tho testimony of
those who have examined them may bo
accepted, it will then be found that tho
archives so eagerly sought are nearly
worthless when attained.
BOUND OVBB.-John B. Hubbard,
State Constable of South Carolina, Was
bofore Justice Ells and Verdery yester?
day, in two caaes, for preliminary exa?
mination, on charges of false imprison?
ment, hied by Messrs. Flint and Sharp
ton, of Hamburg, S. C. The prosecu?
tion was represented by J. C. C. Bine':,
Esq., and tho d?f?nce by J. P. Carr,
Esq. The defendant was bound over in
800U in each case for his appearance nt
the January term of tho Superior Court.
I . A physician of Platin, Mo., ono Dr.
A. Hill, reports that tho notorious despe?
rado and outlaw Sam Hildebrand, for
whose head a reward of 810,000 has been
offered, is dead. He declares that tho
fellow died from the effects of a wound
in his thigh, and that he attended him
at the request of some person to himself
Charles Bishop, a wholesale merchant
at New naven, Conn., died very sudden?
ly Saturday. A few moments before his
death, he told his wife that he never felt
better in his life, and but a few days be?
fore his death ho allowed a $20,000 lifo
insurance policy to expire on account of
his long continued good heulth.
A moros OF THE WEATHEK.-When you
aro going out on nn excursion, fine wea?
ther comes very pat, but the rain often
CHINESE LABOUBBS.- There ore re?
ports which come in a rather strange
way. and need confirmation, says the
St. Loafs Republican, that a number of
thousands of Chinamen, lately employed
on the Pacific Railroad, are on the way
from Omaha to the Sooth. Such an im?
migration, if true, would occasion not a
little surprise in the publie mind, having
an important bearing upon the material
and political interest of tba Boothera
States. It would be an evidence, too, of
the shrewdness of John Chinaman, and
show that he keeps himself thoroughly
versed on what is going on around him
rh ore especially where Iiis pocket is di?
rectly concerned. The idea bas found s
lodgment in his brain that the South
needs labor, and just that sort of labor
which the Chiuese can furnish cheaper,
if not better, than any other people on
earth. For a Chinaman hos infinitely
more industry and intelligence than a
negro, and can grow rich on what a ne?
gro will waste. He is the man, above
nil others, to work the cottou and sugar
plantations of the Qulf States, and to
reconstruct on a solid and permanent
basis the labor system of that section.
If an instalment of Chinese should suc?
ceed in gaining a foot-hold there, others
will follow, until tens of thousands of
Celestials will contribute to the woalth
and prosperity of tho country. It is the
first time in the history of tho world
that Asia and Africa are brought faco to
face in social and economical antagonism ;
and the result will be watched with the
deepest interest by those who appreciate
the gravity of the interests involved.
A candidate for tho French Corps
L?gislatif!' goes,'.during tho late cam?
paign, to a ship-builder's yard, whore ho
chats with the workmen and offers them
coffee, ?fee., which they are glad to ac?
cept. When it is time for leaving them
he pays the bill, (a hundred cups of coffee
and thousands of drinks,! and says to
them, "Well, boys now that we know
one another, I hopo all of you will vote
for me." "We should like to do so,
sir," replied one of the workman, "but
wo ought to tell you that all us hero are
Tho English papers record a tolerably
smart viol, that is attributed to Earl Cla?
rendon, the present foreign minister for
Great Britain. Mr. Sumner, after liv?
ing into advanced age a bachelor, mar?
ried, three years since, a young widow
of great personal attractions. Recently,
tho man and wife have, on the ground of
incompatibility of temper, separated.
Lord Clarendon being asked what im?
pression Mr. Sumner's late speech had
made upon him, answered: "I have read
it, sir, with much interest, and have
formed from it a very high opinion of
Three colored children, aged respec?
tively five, eight and eleven, wore drown?
ed in the Kalamazoo River, at Allegan,
Michigan, recently, by their step-mo?
ther, who was jealous of them. Tho
woman hud been married to the father
of the children but a few weeks. At the
point in the river where the children
wero drowned, the water is only about
two feet deep, and, us the mother con?
fessed, the children were held tinder the
wuter until life was extinct.
This is an age of progress. In Owen
County, Ky., for instance, a grand jury,
Inst week, "presented" nu aged woman
of that place, on the charge of being a
witch-which she says that she is not. It
is alleged that she cast au evil eye upon
her neighbor's cattle, so that they sick?
ened and died by the score; and, further,
that she affected the waters of the wells
upon which she looked, that nil who par?
took of them languished and eventually
followed their fathers to dream-land.
A radioal paper in Philadelphia says
with emphasis that Mrs. Grant is in favor
of the government's giving a liberal pen?
sion to Mrs. Lincoln. As Mrs. Grant is
a President's wife, and reported to be a
tensible woman withal, we do not believe
that she would be guilty of the indelicacy
of openly electioneering for tho establish?
ment of a precedent to insure to her own
HABK TO 'EM.-A son of Major Walk?
er, of Madison, has presented Lewis
McKenzie with eight hound puppies,
which he says he intends to train so that
ho can run all tho carpet-baggers in his
District across the Potomac. Valuable
Jean Maria Farina, the "genuine" co?
logne manufacturer, is dead, leaving se?
venteen other, but fraudaient, Jean Ma?
rla Farinas in Cologne to aarvive him.
Laura Farina, worth $2,000,000, marri?
ageable, and but twenty-one, succeeds
him in the cologne business.
A great number of American children
attend school in Brussels, where tuition
and board are at a muoh lower rato than
in New York, and where, moreover, the
girls dress simply, and not, as in the New
York fashionable up-town schools, like
Tho Treasury detectives have recently
enpturod about a dozon members of a
counterfeitiug gang which has been ope?
rating throughout several Eastern and
Western States. A largo amount of
counterfeit currency and engraving ma?
terials was also seized.
A load of 1,500 eggs was recently
smnshed in front of the post-oflico at
Batavia, New York, and as they couldn't
be picked up again, a barrel of coal tor
was poured over the streets and set on
fire, as the only means of preventing a
very bad smell.
A traveler in Pennsylvania asked his
landlord if he had bad any cases of son
stroke in that town. "No, sir," said the
landlord; "if a man gets drunk here, we
say he is drunk, and never call il by any
At a young ladies* seminary, recently,
during an examination in history, ono of
tho most promising pupils was interro?
gated: "Mary, did Martin Luther dio a
natural death?" "No." was tho reply,
"ho was excommunicated by a bull."
Human progress-From pap to papa.
Whether ladies like smoking or not j
depends upon the smoker. With special
favorites, they like it; with general fa?
vorites, they don't dislike it; with no fa?
vorites, they detest it.
A shoe-string saved a little girl's life in
New Haven, the other day. It caught
on a nail as she fell ont of a third-story
window, and held her from denth until
A compromise bas been effected in the
ease of Mrs. Pollard. She is to pay $100
and costs, aud be released from jail. Her
friends promptly paid up.
The 'Florid? Legislature sat only three
weeks in ita late extra session. The
members have' a y?arly salary, and not
per diem salary.
A stage coach fell down a canon in Ca?
lifornia, a few days since, killing three
passengers and injuring nineteen.
The Boston Post says: "Delano thinks
of tuxing newspapers ns manufacturers
-of public opinion."
Tho friends and acquaintances uf Mr. and
Mrs. \V. A. HARRIS, are invited to attend tho
funeral of tho former, at Trinity Church, THIS
MORNING, at 10 o'clock.
Richland Lodge No. 39, A. F. M.
A A REGULAR COMMUNICATION
.<t#Vrof Richland Lodge, No. 39, A. F. M.,
/""*l/\will bo held, at Masonic Hall, THIS
(Weducsdav) EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Ry order of tho \Y. M.
June 30 1_S. C. PEIXOTTO. Sec'y.
TJdLJhl PZi^LOXl "
TO get a tip-top SUMMER
DRINK is tho CAROLINA HOUSE,
Washington stroet, uoar Sumter.
CHAMPAGNE COCK-TAILS; Gin,
(Brandy and Whiskey Smashos,
^Juleps aud Cock-tails; Sherry and
Catawba Cobblers; Claret San
garoos; Lemonade and Soda Water; besides
excellent Lager Roor. LUNCH everv dav, at
ll o'clock. B. BARRY, Purveyor.
Tilla Evening, July 7, 1909.
Grand Concert by Post Band !
ACONCERT will bo given bv tho POST
HAND,at the shoved named Hall, on WED?
NESDAY EVENING, July 7, commencing at
half-past 8 o'clock. Admission 50 cents; Chil?
dren 23; Colored Gallery 23. Reserved seats 50.
For full particulars see programme.
Tickets may bo obtained at Bryan A- Mc
Carter's Bookntoro. July 7 2
Gas Light Bills.
CONSUMERS will please attend to the pay?
ment of their Rills for month of June.
Notice of amount will be found at the-Post
Office. JACOB LEVIN,
Secretary Gas Company, corner Plain and
AsseniDly street?. .Tnlv (> 3
ON FRIDAY LAST, between the Post
Office and tho Charlotte Railroad Depot,
a ROLL OF BILLS, amounting to 1105. A
liberal reward will be naid to any one return?
ing tho some to this oftiee. July G
State Agricultural and Mechanical
AMEETING of tho Executive Committee is
called to meet iu Columbia on thc 11th
instaut. A full attendanco ia requested, as
important matters will be brought beforo the
Committee. JOHNSON HAGOOD,
President aud ex officio Chairman.
July f. _3
SOUND TABLE CLARET on draught, very
low, bv tho gallon.
Joly 8 3_E. A G. D. HOPE.
OITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMUIA, July 1,1809.
TAXES on Sales of Merchandize, Sales at
Auction and on Commission, Receipts of
Hotels, Saloons, Ac, for tho quarter ending
July 1, aro duo, und prompt payment of the
same is required. J. S McMAHON,
July 1 6_ _City Clerk.
Charlotte and South Carolina Xl. ll. Co.
cm?2gj3K3 A MEETING of the Stockholders
*3??^S?bi. ot the Charlotte and South Caro?
lina Railroad Company is hereby called to bo
held at the city of Columbia, South Carolina,
on WEDNESDAY, tho 7th day of July next, at
12 o'clock M., to consider the question of ap?
proving the consolidation of tho Company with
tho Columbia and Augusta Railroad Company,
and tho terms of such consolidation.
_May 30_WM. JOHNSTON. President.
T AYL OR' S
SAW Gl'MIER AXD SHARPENER
FAR surpasses any machino over inventad
for this purpose. Accomplishes infinitely
Better Work in 4 Hours? ata Cost of SI,
What by hand cannot bo done under one week,
and the use of over two dozen files.
A Saw can bo remo veil from mandrel, sharp?
ened and replaced in FIVE MINUTES, roany
for use. '
Its Value to Mill-men Cannot be Esti?
It bas never been placed in any Mill where
tho proprietor of the Mill baa allowed it to bo
Glaze & Shields' Machine Works,
Columbia, 8. C., on WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, at
10 o'clock, when it will be in full operation.
Proprietors of Mills purchasing tho Ma?
chino will bo allowed free transportation to
and from Columbia by rail.
Machines will always bo kept on exhibition
at the abovo-named Work-Shops.
AddresB GLAZE A SHIELDS, or subscribers,
for Circular and Photograph of Machino.
July 1 S_ Charleston, S. C.
Corn, Bacon and Floor.
2AAA BUSHELS CORN.
,UUU 20,000 POUNDS DACON.
BBLS. FLOUR, and other goods as LOW as
they CAN BE BOUGHT, by
_FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Something Extra Fine!
^ ^ THE Triumph Soda Water Ap
?&y*S^H?r; paratus is in full operation for the
jWUfcWB? season, with choie? Syrups made
.^jj^Ppj^of pure juice of fruit, ajjj,j^j., .
Confoctionerv and Bazaar and Ice Cream Sa?
loon. May 30
Ha O O Asl
Mr. Wright renewed his lease of the
Nickerson House, yesterday, for another
term; and it will be continued nuder its
present able management.
W. A. HorriB, Esq., who, for fifteen
years, has been a resident of Columbia,
departed this life, yesterday, after an ill?
ness of two or three days-apoplexy was
the cause, we believe. His funeral will
take place this morning.
The stockholders of the Columbia and
Augusta and Charlotte and South Caro?
lina Railroad Companies will meet in
this city, to-day, when, it is thought, an
arrangement will be made by which the
two companies will be merged into one.
The meeting will convene at 3 o'clock
P. M., nt tho Nickerson House.
OKRA SOUP.-Our host of tho Pollock
House will servo to-day, at ll o'clock,
au okra soup. The reputation of Mr.
Pollock as a caterer, the excellence of
his soup, and the established character
of his liquid refreshments, will be suffi?
cient to commend his tempting lunch to
the attention of the patrons of the Pol?
The PHCENIX loses an agreeable neigh?
bor in tho person of Mr. Isaac Sulz
bnoher, who moves to the commodious
store iu Gregg's building, next to the
Columbia Savings Bauk. At his new
stand, Mr. Sulzbaeher will bo happy to
exhibit aud supply his customors with
watches, jewelry, clocks, &o. Ho is
prepared to execute promptly all repair?
ing of jewelry, watches, clocks, &e. ; and,
in short, to give immediate attention to
everything connected with his line of
"THE XIX CENTURY"-JULY NUMBER.
Wo have received the July number of
this sparkling Southern monthly, and
6ud not an uninteresting page between
its covers. Old soldiers of both armies
will be especially pleased with Confede?
rate reminiscences of the war, which are
written iu no sectional spirit. The
"Adventures of Blockado Runners" is a
new aud attractive field of literature.
All will read with pleasure the tales of
Vishnu Sarmin, which embody sanscrit
wit and wisdom; while tho articles on
duols nnd dueling, intellectual growth in
the Southern States, tho tale from the old"
lawyer's port-folio, the talmud, the racy
editorial, tho scientific and agricultural
department, the "Dishes and Spoons"
for ladies, the jumble of sense and non?
sense, and lastly, the funny caricatures
of South Carolina militia, entitled
"Scott'H Tactics"-revised edition
printed in colors, present ns rare and
varied a table of contents as is to be
found in any magazine of the oouutry.
Tho XIX Century may be found nt the
stores of Messrs. Bryan & McCarter aud
Daffie & Chapman. Yoarly subscription
?3.50. Single numbers 35 cents.
HOTEL ABBTVALS, July G-Nickerson
House.-W. R. Robertson, Jas. H. Rion,
J. H. Cathcart, Winnsboro; Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Springs, child and servant,
Martin Springs, James M. Selks, Fort
Mills, S. C. ; J. VoCreswell, James Mor?
rell, J. J. Patterson, Harrisburg, Pa.;
John J. MoClnre, Giles J. Patterson, J.
Bennett, Mrs. G. J. Hinton, Miss Mary
Hinton, A. H. Davega, Martin Davega,
Chester; W. C. Moans, C. Phifer, J. B.
Moss, Concord, N. C.; J. A. Hunt, Mor
gauton, N. C.; John A. Young, A. B.
Davidson, Miss J. S. Davidson, Mies A.
M. Davidson, Miss J. Williams, W. H.
Neal, Charlotte, N. C. ; W. A. Julian,
Company Shops, N. C. ; A. R. McClure
and wife, Philadelphia, Pa.; R. S. Bar?
well, John J. Cohen, Miss Simpkins, H.
C. Bryson, Misses Bryson, Mr. Bryson,
S. M. Seeley, Kentucky; B. J. Hayes,
A. H. Canghman, Lexington; William
Johnston, N. C. ; James S. White, Rock
Hill; B. Bottis and son, Edgefleld; F. A.
DeFontaiuo, Charleston; John Boyd,
Williamsburg; R. H. Wadlaw, Abbeville;
A. C. Garlington, Newberry; Geo.'W.
Waterman, Charleston; J. K. Chatham,
S. C. ; J. L. Deaton, Durham, N. C.
Columbia Hotel.-% H. Symmes, Col.
J. S. Ryan, C. Forster, Charleston; W.
A. Whitaker, North Carolina; W. E.
Rose, York; Gen. Eli Law, J. A. Ledorg,
G. S. Bratton, Yorkville; T. N. Bram
lot, Now York; J. W. Call, Augusta,
Ga. ; T. H. Trent, J. Mc K. White, W.
W. Walker, H. C. Larrabee, Baltimore;
J. G. McKissick, Union ville; B. G.
Yooum, city; J. G. McCounaughey,
North Carolina; E. DeBerry, H. B.
Fant, South Carolina; M. B. Friedman,
National Hotel.-R. A. McMillan, W.
L. Dirhu; Miss RuckOr, E. M. Rucker,
Anderson C. H. ; Louis Schiller, Ham?
burg; Wro. Furman, Mrs, Wm. Furman,
Sumter; Mrs. Dr. R. Furman, Dr. R.
Furman, Newberry; A. C. Gilliam, Rod
noy, Miss. ; J. D. Barrett, Sonth Hamp?
ton, Va.; Dr. Geo. H. Bright, Rich?
The concert by the Post Band cornea
oft* to-night. The programme is ?Taxied,
and all who attend will be gratified.
A few copies of the 'Sack and Destrac?
tion of Columbia' can be obtained at the
Phcenix office. Prico twenty-five cents.
MERCANTILE PRINTINO.-All kiuds of
mercantile printing, suoh as circulars,
letter heads, cards, bill heads, state?
ments, Sec., for counting-rooms and
offices, promptly uttented to at the Phoe?
nix job office.
Jon OFFICE.-The Phcenix Job Office
is prepared to execute every style of
printing, from visiting aud business cards
to pamphlets and books. With ample
material and first-class workmen, satis?
faction is guaranteed to nil. If our work
does not come up to contract, wo make
nocharge. With this understanding our
business men havo no excuse for sending
FIREMEN'S PARADE.-Tho Palmetto
Fire Engino Company paraded yesterday
afternoon, (the first exhibition of the
kind in our city since the close of the
war,) through tho streets of Columbia.
The Palmettoes numbered in their exer?
cises not more than thirty-six men, in?
cluding officers, and with this limited
force they succeeded in throwing a
stream of water, upon the Presbyterian
Church steeple about the height of 175
feet. The Palmettoes presented a fine
appearance in their neut uniform of
scarlet coats and white pants.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Attention is
called to the following advertisements,
published the first time this morning:
Meeting Richland Lodge.
R. Barry- "The Place."
PROGRESSING.-The Chatham Railroad
is completed, we learn, from Carey, on
the North Carolina Railroad, to within
two miles of Haywood. The terminus
of the completed portion hus been named
"Pullet Station," in honor of "Chicken"
Gunter, ono of the representatives in thc
Legislature from Chatham County.
VERY TRUE.-A Washington corres?
pondent of tho Baltimore Gazette de?
clares that Audrew Johnson need not
stop his public speaking on tho score of
a "want of dignity" in au ex-President.
The Presidential office has long ceased
to have anything of tho kind associated
with it. Morris8ey's descent from boss
gambliug to Congressional duties was iu-'
deed a loss of dignity; but Johnson's
passage from the Presidency to the
stump is only a return to first principles.
With "plantation manners" all dignity
has gone from Washington and its olficial
With Taylor's Saw G?mmer and
Sharpener thero is always a standard
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.-What
is it? Ask your neighbor, who has been
relieved of a distressing disease. Ask
that rheumatic what cured him. Ask
the victims of dyspepsia. Ask that beau?
tiful daughter what removed those hide?
ous spots and ulcers, and made her face
as fair as Parian marble. Ask the once
iaundiced victim of liver complaint.
Ask that once poor emaciated form, the
subject of female irregularities, what
brought about such a marvelous change.
The answer is, 1 'It's HEINTTSH'S QUEEN'S
DELIGHT." Como out, then, all ye de?
sponding ones. Be cheerful, gay and
happy. If you are sick, fail not to try,
only try-no easier task-a bottle of
HEINITSH'S QUEEN DELIGHT. Jl
Nothing can compare with Taylor's
I patent Saw Gummer and Sharpener.
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS.-That poor,
emaciated consumptive, who is now be?
yond all hope of recovery, might now be
halo and hearty bad he not neglected
that slight cough. Be advised. If you
have a cough or cold, get atonco a bottle
of DR. TUTT'S EXPECTORANT, and you
will soon be relieved. Do not put it
off. J3 6
Call at Glaze Sc Shield's Machine Shop
and see the patent Suw Gummer and
Taylor's Saw Sharpener, a perfect ma?
No mill-man can do without Taylor's
patent Saw Gammer and Sharpener.
Columbia and Augusta. Ratlraatt Co.
rrsgggmag A MEETING of tho Stockholders
gggBfi?g# of the Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company is hereby called, to be held
at Columbia, South Carolina, on WEDNES?
DAY, the 7th day of July next, at 12 M., to con?
sider the question of approving the consolida?
tion of tho Company with tho Charlotte and
South Carolina Railroad Company, and tho
terms of such consolidation.
May 30 WM. JOHNSTON, Prcsidont.
Treasurer's Office G. & C. R. R. Co.,
COLCMMA, 8. C., Juno 28, 1860.
"VfOTICE is hereby given that the six
131 months' interest due 1st July, 1869, on
tho State guaranteed Bonds and Certificates
of Indebtedness o? this Company, will be
paid-loss Government tax-upon tho pre?
sentation of tho Coupons at the First National
Bank, of Charleston, 8. C.. and tho Carolina
National, of Columbia, S. C.
The six months'interest upon the first mort?
gaged Bonds of the C?mpany, wh'.oh havo not
hoon oxchangod, dno 1st July, 18C9, will bo
paid at the Omeo of tho Company, in Colum?
bia, S. C., upon presentation of the Bonds.
Juno 39 6 , JIG. EDWARDS. Treasurer. .
Pipes ! Pipes ? ! /
i)f\ DOZ. Assorted Brier Root, with Mc/tal
AV) Screws, >
20 Doz. do., with Maorschanm Lining. ;
1 Gross Cane ripes. JOHN C. SEEGEBSv